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Multiple world and Paralympic champion, Yunidis Castillo, gives an insight into her three heroes. #SuperheroSunday: Yunidis Castillo The Cuban sprinter is preparing for a busy summer preparing to defend her titles at August’s Parapan American Games and October’s World Championships. /news/superherosunday-yunidis-castillo
Five persons with big tickets in their hands pose in front of a big sign with the letters TO Toronto all set for successful Parapan American Games Around 1,600 athletes from 28 countries will be in Canada for the event which features 15 sports. /news/toronto-all-set-successful-parapan-american-games
Man and woman on podium with a medal around her neck and a British flag Thousands turn out for National Paralympic Day in Britain The day included top flight swimming and athletics as well as guest apperances from a number of Paralympians /news/thousands-turn-out-national-paralympic-day-britain
Georgina Hermitage of Great Britain celebrates winning the Women's 400m T37 race and breaking the world record at the 2015 IPC Athletics Grand Prix Final. Hahn and Hermitage break world records in London The British sprinters led the way at the IPC Athletics Grand Prix in London showing great form ahead of October’s World Championships. /news/hahn-and-hermitage-break-world-records-london
London’s former Olympic Stadium Five facts about London Ahead of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix Final, here are five things you might not know about London. /news/five-facts-about-london
Graphic with a portrait picture of a woman and the text: World Record, 62.70s women's 400m T37, Georgina Hermitage, Great Britain World record holder Hermitage now the one to watch After coming out of nowhere to break the 400m T37 world record, Britain’s Georgina Hermitage believes she will cope with the pressure of competing in Sunday’s IPC Athletics Grand Prix. /news/world-record-holder-hermitage-now-one-watch
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