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Man in racing wheelchair crosses finish line of a track throwing hands in the air, celebrating Weir beats Fearnley in Glasgow 2014 showdown Australia, Canada and England win medals in both the men’s and women’s 1,500m T54 at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. /news/weir-beats-fearnley-glasgow-2014-showdown /sites/default/files/images/20140801/140801104813602_weir.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Two male athletes in racing wheelchairs on track, smile to the camera Leo-Pekka Tahti and Marc Schuh gear up for Swansea showdown The ‘Flying Finn’ and the ‘Pocket Rocket’ are ready to renew their rivalry at August’s IPC Athletics European Championships /news/leo-pekka-tahti-and-marc-schuh-gear-swansea-showdown /sites/default/files/images/140730114329192_IPC_ATH_GP_BERLIN_20140622_LP_0285_WEB.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Two runners cross the finish line in a stadium Libby Clegg sends home crowd into raptures at Glasgow 2014 Dan Greaves, Fanie Van Der Merwe and Ollie Hynd also take gold on Monday (28 July) in para-sport events at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. /news/libby-clegg-sends-home-crowd-raptures-glasgow-2014 /sites/default/files/images/140729102941506_452855376small.jpg
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Scotland's Neil Fachie and co-pilot Craig MacLean celebrate their para-cycling victory at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Seven para-sport medal events decided at Glasgow 2014 The weekend (25-27 July) at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games saw two provisional swimming world records and double cycling gold for the hosts' Neil Fachie and co-pilot Craig MacLean. /news/seven-para-sport-medal-events-decided-glasgow-2014 /sites/default/files/images/140728183632827_Fachie.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Walid Ktila Finland’s Henry Manni targets four golds at Swansea 2014 The T34 world record holder aims to land his first gold medals at August’s IPC Athletics European Championships. /news/two-powerlifters-suspended-anti-doping-rule-violations-0 /sites/default/files/images/20140728/130801135913000_174411150.jpg
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Anti-Doping London image IPC considering taking action against countries over doping The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is considering a range of actions to reduce the number of anti-doping violations in para-sport, particularly in powerlifting. /news/ipc-considering-taking-action-against-countries-over-doping /sites/default/files/images/20140728/120202164707910_137327773.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Tokyo aerial view Craig Spence: Tokyo 2020 will be the best ever – fact! Find out why the IPC's Director of Media and Communications is so much looking forward to 2020. /blog/craig-spence-tokyo-2020-will-be-best-ever-fact /sites/default/files/images/140122120158848_180386446.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Evan O'Hanlon Stuart Lieberman: 20 reasons to watch Lyon 2013 The IPC’s Editorial Co-ordinator takes a look beyond the names on the stat sheet heading into the IPC Athletics World Championships. /blog/stuart-lieberman-20-reasons-watch-lyon-2013 /sites/default/files/images/120908160119177_OHanlon.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Lex Gillette Lex Gillette: Paralympic pick-up lines With the IPC Athletics World Championships coming up in Lyon, France, here are some lines to chat up that one special person. /blog/lex-gillette-paralympic-pick-lines /sites/default/files/images/121111170255897_151214992.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Guido Bonsen Guido Bonsen: Just one month to Lyon 2013 The Dutch coach put heavy planning into this IPC Athletics season. Will it pay off at next month’s World Championships? /blog/guido-bonsen-just-one-month-lyon-2013 /sites/default/files/images/121121104516129_151142452.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Dutch para-athletics Guido Bonsen: What comes after Rio 2016? We are all working toward Lyon 2013, Doha 2015 and eventually Rio 2016 of course, but the future of para-athletics after Rio is with the talents that started these last few months. /blog/guido-bonsen-what-comes-after-rio-2016 /sites/default/files/images/130408141143115_Guido3.mainpicture_612.jpg
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A picture of a man on a podium with a medal around his neck Scott Reardon: How I got into Paralympic sport Australian silver-medal winning sprinter Scott Reardon writes about how he started training for the Paralympics and how the future is bright. /blog/scott-reardon-how-i-got-paralympic-sport /sites/default/files/images/130228103138268_151496611.mainpicture_612.JPG

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