Great Britain’s men’s Goalball team have secured both the gold medal and promotion to the European B league after claiming victory in the IBSA Goalball Men’s European C Championships in Malmo, Sweden.
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Aspiring Paralympians took another important step on their quest to represent their country at Rio 2016 this weekend as 60 Paralympic hopefuls and support staff attended the ParalympicsGB Potentials Camp at the University of Bath.
GB’s Boccia and Goalball teams are set to shine under the spotlight on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of the celebrations for National Paralympic Day featuring the Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival on Saturday August 30. Tickets are just £5 to watch some of the stars of London 2012 in action.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today held the first meeting of its Sport Advisory Group, which will provide strategic advice to influence and develop the BPA’s Paralympic Preparation Strategy for each Paralympic Games.
Twenty-four summer and winter Paralympic sports are set to attend the next ParalympicsGB Sports Fest, a free multi-sport event to be held at Sportcity in Manchester on Monday May 19, 2014.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has published the Qualification Guide for 18 of the 22 sports that will be contested at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games via a newly created microsite dedicated to the Games - www.paralympic.org/rio-2016.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today held the first event of the Rio 2016 Team Induction Programme, a new programme designed to support new Team Leaders, that has been developed in conjunction with the BPA’s Official Services Provider, Deloitte.
ParalympicsGB gold medallist Jonnie Peacock is encouraging disabled people to sign up to the first ever ParalympicsGB Sports Fest, which was announced today (Tuesday October 30), to be held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford on Monday December 3 and Tuesday December 4.
Great Britain's Goalball medal hopes ended in heartbreak at the Copper Box today when the women's team lost their quarter-final to a Sweden “golden goal” in the opening seconds of overtime.