GB LogoThe British Sledge Hockey Association (BSHA) has announced today the 11 players who will represent the Great Britain Sledge Hockey team for the 2015 World Championships (Pool B), to be held in Ostersund from the 16th to 22th March, aiming to secure promotion to Pool A.
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The team rosters for the six countries who will compete at the 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey B-Pool World Championships in Ostersund, Sweden, from 15-21 March have been confirmed.
IPC Ice Sledge Hockey has announced that Ostersund, Sweden, will host the 2015 World Championships B-Pool from 15-21 March.
Following an extensive review of the current state of the sport and major success at Sochi 2014, IPC Ice Sledge Hockey has revealed the competition cycle and the qualification criteria for the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter 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.
Help for Heroes enable nine athletes to experience a Paralympic Games as part of the BPA’s Paralympic Inspiration Programme in Sochi.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) will run a second Paralympic Inspiration Programme in Sochi 2014, following on from the successful programme run in London, thanks to funding provided by the UPS Foundation.
Newly re-elected IPC President looks ahead to the next winter Paralympics and urges the Russian public to get behind the Games.
The GB Sledge Hockey team took to the ice against Japan in a pivotal game which decided which of the two teams would keep their ambitions alive of playing in the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic games. Both teams were looking for their first win of the tournament with GB looking to hit the net for the first time.