At the end of five days of competition in Swansea, Great Britain, Russia sit top of the medals table with 41 gold medals and 88 overall. In second place is Ukraine with 17 golds and 43 medals overall, while the hosts Great Britain finished in third with 16 gold medals and 52 overall.
IPC Vice President to take on IPC Athletics Americas Half Marathon CupAndrew Parsons, who is also the Brazilian Paralympic Committee President, will run alongside para-athletes on the streets of Rio. Read more...about this news following the link
Great Britain’s Pearson wins first gold in four yearsLee Pearson finally broke his medal hoodoo, and there was also success Germany’s Hannelore Brenner on day three of the World Equestrian Games. Read more...about this news following the link
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- Jonnie Peacock to participate in British National Paralympic Day London 2012 gold medallist Jonnie Peacock among star athletes confirmed to participate in Saturday’s celebrations for National Paralympic Day.
- 2014 ITU Para-Triathlon World Championships Preview Great Britain, who were the best performers at the last World Championships, will be looking to replicate that this time around.