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Wheelchair basketball star Laurie Williams hopes success in Tokyo can help to inspire a new generation of females to get involved in her sport.
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‘Still sinking in!’: Paralympic medals don’t change a thing for GB history-makers Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe
Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe are still the same smiling, inseparable duo that set off for PyeongChang three weeks ago; with one small exception – the four Paralympic medals hanging around their necks.
‘Dancing in the start gate’: Golden Fitzpatrick becomes GB’s most decorated Winter Paralympian of all time
Menna Fitzpatrick started her final day in South Korea with a boot falling on her head – she ended it not only a gold medallist but Britain’s most decorated Winter Paralympian of all time.
Menna Fitzpatrick has roared like a lion, thought about butterflies and sung to Lady Gaga so far in PyeongChang but not even she knows what’s in store on the final day.
‘All revved up’: Fitzpatrick uses roaring lion approach to take second PyeongChang Paralympics silver
Menna Fitzpatrick roared like a lion and had the bite to back it up after storming to her second silver medal of the Winter Paralympic Games.
Winter Paralympic Games: Menna and Jen do it again… Fitzpatrick and Kehoe glide to PyeongChang silver
Butterflies that are drinking tea while doing yoga – that’s not the start to a bizarre fairytale, more like Menna Fitzpatrick’s secret to becoming a Paralympic silver medallist.
For the second day in succession a flood of tears came from alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick – only this time they were in celebration of her first Paralympic medal.
The first athlete in the first race of a Winter Paralympic Games, it all sounded a little too good to be true for alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick.
Five Paralympic events in nine days may sound like a lot but alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick is confident she and guide Jennifer Kehoe can take every one in their stride.