The GB Para Table Tennis Team took six medals in the singles events at the Slovakia Open today.
Britain’s paratriathletes return to ITU World Paratriathlon Event Series action this weekend on two separate continents. The Series visits Yokohama, Japan and Aguilas, Spain as athletes continue to fight for ranking points ahead of the sports Paralympic debut in Rio in September.
The National Paralympic Heritage Trust announced its official launch at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London on 11 May 2016.
The GB Para Table Tennis Team won four medals in the team events on the final day of the ITTF PTT Slovenia Open, taking bronze in men’s class 8, men’s class 6, women’s class 6-7 and women’s class 4.
The British Para-Swimming Team finished the IPC Swimming European Championships in Madeira with 22 gold medals to end the competition with a total of 46 medals.
Hannah Russell, Andrew Mullen and Susie Rodgers grabbed gold medals on the penultimate day of action at the IPC Swimming European Championships
British Cycling has announced the Great Britain Cycling Team that will compete at the next round of the 2016 UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup series in Ostend, Belgium from 20-22 May.
Ollie Hynd secured his third gold medal of the IPC Swimming European Championships in Madeira after winning the S8 100m Backstroke.
Rushcliffe Athletics Club in Nottinghamshire threw down the gauntlet this weekend by hosting the first Supercharge 100km relay challenge, raising over £1000 to Supercharge ParalympicsGB in the process.
The GB Para Table Tennis team’s two World number ones Will Bayley (men’s class 7) and Rob Davies (men’s class 1) both took gold today in the singles at the ITTF PTT Slovenia Open to lay down a significant marker ahead of the Paralympic Games in September.
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