Mile Stojkoski: Inspired by the feats of athletes in London
As Mile Stojkoski continues his journey, his manager Vladimir Pandovski writes about how he was inspired by Hannah Cockcroft and other athletes.
Greg Polychronidis: Great Britain have raised the bar
Greece’s Greg Polychronidis attended the Boccia test event in the Basketball Arena on the Olympic Park in May where he saw first hand how strong the British team had become.
April Holmes: My Secret Service Job
USA’s champion sprinter April Holmes has always wanted to work for the Secret Service, and she shares how an athletic career has fulfilled that dream.
Johnny Cronin: Irish Training Camps Beneficial for London
Ireland’s gold-medal Boccia player Johnny Cronin explains why training with a group provides more motivation than training individually.
Sarah Storey: Bedford Two Day
Great Britain’s Sarah Storey got off lightly when she crashed in the Bedford Two Day and was flung into a bunch of nettles.
Evan O’Hanlon: Earning Your Own Respect
Australia’s Paralympic champion sprinter sounds off in reaction to being quoted in the British newspaper, the Daily Mail.
Nigel Murray: My Final Games Selection
British Boccia player Nigel Murray still feels the excitement of qualifying for a Paralympic Games, even if it is for a fourth and final time.
Mile Stojkoski: Aiming for a Personal Record Despite Being Injured
Mile Stojkoski from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is travelling over 5,000km to London in a wheelchair. Each week, his Project Manager, Vladimir Pandovski, updates paralympic.org on their...
Esther Vergeer: Test Event on Paralympic courts
Dutch Wheelchair Tennis phenomenon, Esther Vergeer, is headed to London to test out the Paralympic Venue, Eton Mannor.
Andy Barrow: A Testing Event
Great Britain’s Andy Barrow, a 2-point player on the Wheelchair Rugby Team, gives the lowdown on the test event at the Basketball Arena in the Olympic Park.