Some of Great Britain’s top Paralympic stars in the pool and on the track were victorious in competitions held as part of National Paralympic Day today.
Dame Sarah Storey claimed the 21st world title of her illustrious cycling career with a dominant performance in this morning’s time-trial.
The Great Britain Cycling Team will be in action at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships from 29 July to 2 August, in Nottwill, Switzerland.
Months of training have paid off for Great Britain, Belgium and Slovakia as they qualify for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games after winning at the 2015 Boccia European Team and Pairs Championships.
There was double joy for Great Britain as Georgina Hermitage (coach: Paul Macgregor) and Sophie Hahn (Joe McDonnell) both broke their own world records in their respective events on day three (Sunday 26 July) of the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Micky Yule finished in fifth place at the competition and is now ranked eighth in the IPC world rankings for his weight category.
The 2015 Boccia European Team and Pairs Championships, part of UK Sport’s #EveryRoadtoRio, will take place on July 25th and 26th at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford.
After European Championships and multiple world cup successes, the GB Rowing Team has announced its first wave of 2015 World Championships squad selections today.
Paralympic golden girl and one of the stars of the London 2012 Games, Hannah Cockroft, will take on a world-class field over one lap of the Stadium at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games on Sunday 26 July, which incorporates the IPC Athletics Grand Prix final.
Tully Kearney brought the curtain down on her breakthrough international meet with double gold on the final day of the Glasgow 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships at Tollcross.