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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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Three wheelchair athletes pose with their medals in front of a Lyon branded background Van Weeghel thrilled by Swansea 2014 rivalries Dutch Paralympic champion is looking forward to facing some of the world’s best wheelchair racers at August’s European Championships. /news/van-weeghel-thrilled-swansea-2014-rivalries /sites/default/files/images/140725103210641_tahit.mainpicture_612.jpg
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5 male and female athletes in British jerseys stand and sit (in wheelchairs) next to each others in front of a black wall. Behind them is the logo: Swansea 2014. It's coming. Be part of it. Josie Pearson excited by Swansea 2014 Paralympic and world champion looking forward to biggest and best ever IPC Athletics European Championships /news/josie-pearson-excited-swansea-2014 /sites/default/files/images/20140725/140725160153982_Swansea%2B2014%2BComposite%2BICBPOI_2.mainpicture_612.jpg
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A woman looks up as she races in a wheelchair at the front of the pack with fans along the side of the road. Swiss team named for Swansea 2014 Marcel Hug and Manuela Schaer headline the Swiss team for the IPC Athletics European Championships /news/swiss-team-named-swansea-2014 /sites/default/files/images/140516094323128_Lyon_2013_7th_Day_Competition_09630.mainpicture_612.jpg
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A picture of a man celebrating his victory wearing a flag of Great Britain Great Britain and Northern Ireland name strong team for Swansea 2014 Weir, Peacock, Whitehead, Cockroft, Reid and home favourite Davies all make the team for the IPC Athletics European Championships /news/great-britain-and-northern-ireland-name-strong-team-swansea-2014 /sites/default/files/images/120901154840883_008_mh2_9824.mainpicture_612.jpg
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An wheelchair racer shouts out after crossing the finish line in first place. Leo Pekka Tathi aims to retain 100m European title Flying Finn ready to face some of the world’s best wheelchair racers at Swansea 2014 /news/leo-pekka-tathi-aims-retain-100m-european-title /sites/default/files/images/140522145302959_174464500.mainpicture_612.jpg

Swansea, Wales will stage the 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships, drawing around 600 athletes from 40 countries.

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