Congratulations to Kare Adenegan who set a record time of 16.80seconds in the T34 100m Wheelchair Race at the IAAF Diamond League Anniversary Games today.
Congratulations to Jen Warren who won 4 silver medals at the Invictus Games in Orlando today – 100m,200m,400m & 1500m (1min PB!)
Watch from 13min Day 2 for a feature on her plus her 200m race: www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07bq300/invictus-games-2016-4-day-2
Post-race Interview: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03trfrh
Nick Knowles' programme on “The Road to the Games” includes Jen (e.g. from 10min and 49min): www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b079vzfs/invictus-games-2016-1-the-road-to-the-games
This was a report on funding entitled "Rio 2016: Tanni Grey-Thompson looks to the Paralympics"
Two familiar athletes and some familiar surroundings!
You can view it here. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Hannah Cockroft (gold), Mel Nicholls (silver) and Kare Adenegan (bronze), who produced a GB 1-2-3 in the T34 800m race. With Hannah a second-claim member we can almost claim a Godiva 1-2-3!
Their times were:
Hannah - 2:07.10
Mel - 2:09.29
Kare - 2:09.66
The three Coventry ladies also had mixed success in the T34 200m race. Hannah gained gold, while Kare achieved her second bronze, with Mel finishing this time in 5th.
Meanwhile in the men's races Ben Rowlings just missed out on a medal in the T34 400m, and was 7th in the T34 200m.
Charlotte has been competing in Euro2015 with the GB Women's Wheelchair Basketball team, which qualified for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games through reaching the semi-finals.
Well done Charlotte! Details are available here.
Following her success in Wheelchair Racing, Lauren has turned her attention to Rowing this year, and has qualified with Laurence Whiteley in the mixed-double scull for the Rio Paralympics.
Details are available at http://www.britishrowing.org/news/2015/september/1/whiteley-and-rowles-qualify-first-gb-rowing-team-boat-rio-parlaympics?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed
Our congratulations go to Lauren!
Congratulations to the Godiva athletes whose performances came within the IPC qualifying standard for the World Championships in Doha this October:
Looking back, here are photos from events in 2014