from: BBC News Britain’s 13-time Grand Slam champion Jordanne Whiley has announced her retirement from wheelchair tennis, saying she leaves with “no regrets and a heart filled with pride”.
Israeli minister Karine Elharrar waited for two hours outside the Glasgow venue but couldn’t get inside. from: BBC News
Karine Elharrar tweets that it is “sad” that “the UN does not provide accessibility to its events”. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Switzerland’s Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar both set course records as they win the men’s and women’s London Marathon wheelchair races.
Wheelchair racer Sammi Kinghorn talks about her journey from life-changing accident to record-breaking medal winner. from: BBC News
The father of the severely disabled child is worried her back is being damaged as a result.
Caz Walton was 17 when she competed at the 1964 Paralympic Games in Tokyo and won gold. from: BBC News
He won gold medals in singles and doubles at the 1992 Games in Barcelona and was the first Paralympic athlete to be inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame. From: New York Times
South Africa’s wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane is aiming for a medal at the Tokyo Paralympics. from: BBC News