The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are fast approaching and Sainsbury’s will be supporting ParalympicsGB athletes on their journey by launching a range of merchandise for the first time.
Swimmer Tully Kearney has withdrawn from the ParalympicsGB team as a result of injury.
The British Paralympic Association has commented on the IPC’s statement today.
‘victoRIOus’ is set to be the name of the British Airways aircraft that will fly ParalympicsGB and Team GB home from Rio 2016.
The name, which was one of a short-list of four selected by the athletes and British Airways staff, was chosen by hundreds of fans on Twitter in a recent poll.
Stoke-on-Trent will be the sixth UK city that will host Carnival events during the Paralympic Games in September 2016.
The British Paralympic Association, Help for Heroes & funders the Cadbury Foundation and Boshier-Hinton Foundation enable 21 athletes to experience a Paralympic Games as part of the Paralympic Inspiration Programme.
The British Paralympic Association has issued a statement on the IPC’s decision, announced today.
Claire Harvey, who was announced in the track and field team for ParalympicsGB last week, has had to withdraw from the team due to injury.
Meet the final two riders that will make up the ParalympicsGB cycling team at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Kadeena Cox and Louis Rolfe will both now make their Paralympic debuts at the Rio 2016, and Cox is believed to be the first British athlete set to compete in two sports at a Games since 1992.
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