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.
Australia launches Para-Sport DraftThe new initiative by the Australian Paralympic Committee and the Australian Institute of Sport aims to find new para-athletes for a host of sports. Read more...about this news following the link
Perales’ incredible come-backSpain’s six-time Paralympic champion Teresa Perales made a stunning return at the 2014 Euros after serious illness and is more determined than ever for Rio. Read more...about this news following the link
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- Italy’s Morganti causes shock on day two The Italian beat Singapore’s Laurentia Tan and Great Britain’s Paralympic and world champion Sophie Christiansen in a shock result at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
- Finals decided at para-rowing World Championships Great Britain and Australia enjoyed a successful day on the water as the heats concluded at the 2014 World Rowing Championships.