ParalympicsGB is pleased to announce that the next Paralympic Talent Day, the sixth of its kind, will be held in Manchester on June 4, 2009.
Hampshire's Peter Norfolk and Middlesex's Andrew Lapthorne christened their first-time quad doubles partnership with a spectacular win over American Paralympic champions Nick Taylor and David Wagner on Wednesday as British players made a superb start to the Florida Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Boca Raton.
For the first time, London 2012 is inviting young designers aged 16-21 years to create a new infill for the London 2012 Olympic logo. This special version of the logo will sit alongside the London 2012 Paralympic logo and be known as the London 2012 ‘education logo’. It will be seen in communities across the UK!
GB's Jane Sowerby was dominant at skiing's 2009 IPC European Cup Finals, the last competition of the European season in Jasna, Slovakia, which finished yesterday (29th March 2009).
The 2009 Disability Snowsport National Skiathon is here! This year, we have a solar theme. The distances that we challenge you to ski are comparable to the three highest mountains on the Moon, Venus and Mars. So pick your challenge, pick the ski slope nearest to you, and ski out of this world!
The UK’s largest commercial fitness operator Fitness First has signalled its determination to include disabled people by committing 24 of their facilities to become accredited through the Inclusive Fitness Initiative’s (IFI) National Sports Foundation (NSF) Programme.