Following on from a successful British Open in Nottingham, where Wheelchair Tennis Quad GB star Peter Norfolk narrowly missed out on the title to No.2 ranked player David Wagner. Nottingham once again welcomed the elite of World tennis to the 25th World team cup ... Read More >>
Team GB achieved some outstanding performances at the 2009 Paralympic World Cup, the biggest competition outside of the Paralympic Games. Spread over five days in Manchester, this event brings together some of the best Paralympic Athletes in the world in the sports of Athletics, Wheelchair Basketball, Swimming and Cycling ... Read More>>
This 20 year old Law University Student from Yorkshire is currently ranked number 1 in the world in her archery category after taking up the sport at 15 and making... Read More>>
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Click here to read Simon Jackson's observations and insights about Paralympics sport and feedback he's receiving from the squad members in Beijing. Simon Jackson OBE is a 3 time Paralympic Gold medalist and 3 time world champion in Judo. Having given up competitive Judo because of injury, Simon recently switched to cycling and is aiming towards London 2012.