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David Weir finished in third place in the IPC Athletics Marathon World Cup at the London Marathon.
George Peasgood and Andy Lewis won gold medals at the ITU World Paratriathlon Event in Penrith, Australia. Joe Townsend and Clare Cunningham won silver.
GB’s para-rowers won six medals in Paralympic class A finals at the Gavirate International Regatta on Lake Varese, Italy, on Saturday after predicted bad weather for Sunday forced two finals sessions in one day.
The opening day of the British Para-Swimming International Meet 2016 saw 11 swimmers meet the consideration times for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Following an exciting weekend of racing at the National Sprint Regatta in Nottingham (9-10 April), British Canoeing is pleased to announce the Paracanoe team selected for the 2016 World Championships. The team of five men and seven women will travel to Duisburg, Germany for the competition 17-19 May.
The London 2017 Local Organising Committee today announced the competition schedule and ticket prices for the World ParaAthletics and IAAF World Championships which will take place in the Olympic Stadium within Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Kim Sperring is in training for the biggest sporting challenge of her life after securing a last minute place to run in the London Marathon for the British Paralympic Association.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced that four athletes will represent ParalympicsGB in powerlifting at Rio 2016 in the one of the world’s greatest sporting tests of pure upper body strength.
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