For Amy Truesdale, the Paralympic Games in Tokyo aren’t just an opportunity to win gold – they’re an opportunity to
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Wheelchair basketball star Laurie Williams demands more opportunities for sporty disabled people
Wheelchair basketball star Laurie Williams hopes success in Tokyo can help to inspire a new generation of females to get involved in her sport.
‘As good as I’ve ever been, but I’ll be even better next year’: Paralympic archer Chaisty says Tokyo can’t come quickly enough after Rio absence
Archer Hazel Chaisty admits she is starving hungry for her chance to shoot on the sport’s biggest stage after missing out in 2016.
‘In a good place’: Stockport GB paracanoe talent Beighton paddles towards Paralympic qualification ahead of world championships
Paralympic medallist Nick Beighton believes he’s at the top of his game ahead of this month’s World Championships in Szeged.
Powered by the memory of his late father, Paralympic gold medallist Mikey Jones is determined to be a role model figure for the younger British swimmers coming through.
Great Britain’s best paracyclists dominated last weekend’s Paracycling International in Manchester as the countdown to Tokyo 2020 begins, and as Head of British Paracycling Jon Pett told MM, key preparation events like this would not be possible without the support of the National Lottery and the Exchequer.
Kadeena Cox holds up her Team GB backpack. “Feel how heavy that is!” she says, before placing it down and reaching into it for a yoghurt.