Gordon Reid made history again today when the 24-year-Scot old produced a magnificent performance to win his first Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open after beating Joachim Gerard of Belgium 7-6(7), 6-4 in Melbourne.
Paralympic Sailing champion Helena Lucas claimed victory at the season-opening regatta.
Brit Gordon Reid reached his second Australian Open final on Friday after he partnered Japan’s Shingo Kunieda to win their men’s doubles semi-final at Melbourne Park.
GB won two bronze medals in the UAE through Richard Davies (pictured) in R4 (10m Air Rifle standing mixed SH1) and James Bevis in R5 (10m Air Rifle Prone Mixed SH1). There were also agonising fourth place finishes for Ryan Cockbill in both R4 and R5 and Matt Skelhon in R6 (50m Rifle prone mixed SH1).
Gordon Reid made history by becoming the first Brit to reach a Grand Slam men’s singles wheelchair tennis final on Thursday at the Australian Open.
Paralympic and Olympic stars set for London Anniversary Games on Saturday 23 July 2016.
The commercial partners of the British Paralympic Association today pledged their support to help ‘Supercharge ParalympicsGB’, building on their existing commitments to support the British Paralympic team over the course of 2016.
The British Paralympic Association today urged the British public to help ‘Supercharge ParalympicsGB’ and show their support for our athletes over the course of 2016 and beyond.
Great Britain’s wheelchair tennis players start 2016 having made history again after ending the Netherlands’ 15-year sole domination in the wheelchair tennis category of the European Tennis Trophy, Tennis Europe announced this week.
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