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Coach Treseder selects GB men’s team for European Championships 2011

Great Britain men’s wheelchair basketball team will travel to Israel in September to take on the best teams in Europe and Head Coach Murray Treseder has selected his side that will travel to Nazareth between the 8th to the 17th September.

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John Ruf’s up 2.4mR leaderboard on day three of IFDS Worlds

Beijing 2008 bronze medallist John Ruf (USA) recaptured the form that saw him claim Paralympic Games silverware three years ago as he turned up the heat on 2.4mR leader Thierry Schmitter on day three of the IFDS Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy.

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Australian SKUD crew Liesl Tesch hopes she and Dan Fitzgibbon’s performance at the IFDS Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships 2011 this week will help towards her completing a unique Paralympic medal set, having already won three Paralympic medals in wheelchair basketball!

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EDF Energy announces first “Green Britain Day”, with support of Simmonds

EDF Energy, the first sustainability partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, announces the inaugural Green Britain Day, taking place on 10 July 2009. 

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Paralympics GB Preview Day Three

Swimmers should be in the medals again tomorrow as world and Paralympic champion Nyree Lewis goes for her first gold the 100m backstroke (S6) while her partner Sascha Kindred seeks his second in the 100m breaststroke (SB7). Jim Anderson hopes to add to his 100m freestyle (S2) silver, while Graham Edmunds, Robert Welbourn, Anthony Stephens, Claire Cashmore and Sam Hynd will also be in action.

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Ukraine too good for 7-a-side boys

It was a tough return to Paralympic Games 7-a-side football for Britain’s men after a 16-year break from the competition.

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