Paralympic Champions David Weir and Ollie Hynd today called on the British public to back their athletes when world class competition in Athletics and Swimming returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of National Paralympic Day on Sunday July 26.
Great’s Britain’s men’s team made history on Friday after reaching the final of the World Group at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup for the first time in the 31 year running of the International Tennis Federation’s flagship wheelchair tennis team event in Antalya, Turkey.
A strong GB & NI contingent will head out to the IPC Grand Prix in Notwil, Switzerland this weekend (29-31 May).
Great Britain reached the semi-finals of the men’s World Group for the second successive year on Thursday at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup after beating Belgium 3-0 in Antalya, Turkey.
Great Britain’s women’s Wheelchair Tennis team ensured their place in the semi-finals of the women’s World Group at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup for the seventh successive year on Wednesday after a 3-0 victory over the USA.
A 21-strong GB & NI team has been announced for the IWAS World Junior Games taking place in Stadskanaal, Holland between 2-8 July 2015.
Eight of the 12 GB players competing in the singles events at the Bayreuth Open in Germany progressed to the knockout stages today but there was disappointment for men’s class 7 World champion Will Bayley who went out in the last 16 to European champion Mykhaylo Popov.
David Weir produced the fastest wheelchair road mile in history at the third Bupa Westminster Mile festival of road racing in central London on Sunday (24 May), but just missed out on becoming the first sub-three-minute miler in history as he held off his arch rival Marcel Hug.