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21/02/2014

Help for Heroes athletes join initiative to inspire Paralympians of the Future

Help for Heroes enable nine athletes to experience a Paralympic Games as part of the BPA’s Paralympic Inspiration Programme in Sochi.

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27/11/2013

Sochi 2014 Paralympics set to break viewing records

Newly re-elected IPC President looks ahead to the next winter Paralympics and urges the Russian public to get behind the Games.

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16/10/2013

Monthly update from our Chef de Mission

ParalympicsGB Chef de Mission for Sochi 2014 Penny Briscoe shares an insight into the planning and acitvity behing preparing the team for the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

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17/07/2013

Monthly update from our Chef de Mission

ParalympicsGB Chef de Mission for Sochi 2014 Penny Briscoe shares an insight into the planning and activity behind preparing the team for the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

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07/06/2013

Monthly update from our Chef de Mission

ParalympicsGB Chef de Mission for Sochi 2014 Penny Briscoe shares an insight into the planning and activity behind preparing the team for the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

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15/01/2013

Briscoe appointed as ParalympicsGB Chef de Mission for Sochi 2014

The British Paralympic Association today announced that Performance Director Penny Briscoe will be Chef de Mission for the British team for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

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30/10/2012

Jonnie Peacock helps launch ParalympicGB “Sports Fest” to build on excitement from London 2012

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.

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23/10/2012

500 days to go until Sochi 2014

Today (Tuesday October 23, 2012) marks 500 days to go to the start of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

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