Alfie Hewett created his own piece of sporting history on Thursday at Roland Garros after reaching his first Grand Slam singles semi-final.
British Athletics has today announced a 49-strong team that will represent the country at the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017, including 21 medallists from the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.
Hannah Cockroft (coach: Jenni Banks) completed a clean-sweep of world records in the T34 events, after lowering the 1500m best with a scintillating performance in Nottwil on the second day of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix.
The World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Nottwil, Switzerland began in style with a world record from Richard Whitehead (coach: Keith Antoine) in the T42/44 200m, recording a best ever time of 23.01 (0.8).
Hannah Cockroft (coach: Jenni Banks) was in stunning form at the Daniela Jutzeler Memorial today as she recorded world records in both the T34 100m and 400m.
Gordon Reid made history on Sunday, becoming the first Brit to win the Japan Open Super Series men’s singles title in Iizuka, thereby cementing his return to world No. 1 in the wheelchair tennis rankings.
British athletes put in impressive performances, including a new T38 100m World Record for Paralympic Champion Sophie Hahn, in the Loughborough International at the Paula Radcliffe Stadium this weekend.
The British team made a good start to the PTT World Team Championships in Slovakia today with wins in women’s class 4-5, men’s class 1, men’s class 6 and men’s class 8.
British Shooting is delighted to announce it has become a member of the British Paralympic Association (BPA).
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