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.
Marieke Vervoort awarded the National Trophy Victor Boin 2014Belgian wheelchair racer made a comeback from serious injury in 2014 and set multiple world records in the T52 class. Read more...about this news following the link
Final Paralympian magazine of 2014 publishedThe Paralympic Movement’s official magazine focuses on the growth of Paralympic sport in Ukraine. Read more...about this news following the link
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Swansea, Wales will stage the 2014 IPC Athletics European Championships, drawing around 600 athletes from 40 countries.