In the opening game of the FSB Women’s European Wheelchair Basketball Champions, Great Britain came out on top beating a fighting Turkish side to win 51-28.
Days two and three in Norway yielded a clutch of medals for the six British athletes with the competition today deciding the individual medallists across the grades as well as the sought after team competition.
This weekend marks three years to go to the start of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London and excitement is already building in Suffolk!
Wearing two Olympic gold medals, Scots Paralympic cyclist, Aileen McGlynn OBE, attended the launch of an annual three week cycling challenge which will raise funds for people with disabilities and other support needs throughout Scotland.
London Sports Forum for Disabled People’s Coach-ability trainee, James O’Driscoll from Bromley is the first B1 blind person in England to achieve his Level 2 Fitness Instructor award.
The final day of FEI European & Open Para Equestrian Championship had Freestyle to music on the program. Some of the classes where ridden inside the indoor arena but all the other riders and spectators was blessed with nice weather at Epona Riding Centre, Kristiansand, Norway