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WELSH CYCLISTS PILOT GB WORLD CHAMP WHEELS
WELSH CYCLISTS PILOT GB WORLD CHAMP WHEELS
11 Sep 2006
Welsh wheels are firmly geared up for the IPC World Cycling Championships taking place in Aigle, Switzerland this week (9-18 September), and among those pulling on GB jerseys are South Wales' cycling stars Ellen Hunter and Jody Cundy.
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SWANSEA POWER
30 Aug 2006
David Vaughan, Swansea’s number one S14 swim star, has returned home from Hungary with a clutch of medals after he was selected as the only Welsh swimmer to represent Great Britain at the European Disabled Swimming Championships in Budapest.
WELSH WARM UP FOR THE WORLDS
WELSH WARM UP FOR THE WORLDS
24 Aug 2006
With the Commonwealths and World Cup firmly behind us, the disability athletics season is gearing up for its grand finale and all eyes are now affixed upon the cream of Welsh disability sport as they prepare to make their world-title bid in Holland at the IPC World Athletics Championships (Sep 2-10).
Nathan Stephens
WELSH JUNIOR STARS SHINE AT DISABILITY CHAMPIONSHIPS
24 Aug 2006
Welsh Junior Athletes with a Disability showed why 2012 is fast becoming Britain’s most promising number when they took to the IWAS World Junior Athletics Championships, amassing an impressive twelve out of eighteen GB medals.
FIT FOR WORK
FIT FOR WORK
16 Aug 2006
Workplaces offer unique opportunities to encourage individuals to increase their physical activity. And with less than one third of adults in Wales currently doing enough exercise to benefit their health, seizing opportunities to get more people more active, more often is becoming increasingly essential.
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