Paralympics GB Newsletter

Archers Chosen For Tokyo

ParalympicsGB has announced four archers who have been selected to represent Great Britain at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games this summer. Paralympic gold medallists Jess Stretton and John Stubbs are joined by Nathan Macqueen and Hazel Chaisty, who makes her Paralympic debut in Tokyo.

Join our Let’s Talk Tokyo event On Thursday 13 May, we’re getting together for an incredible night in with our wonderful supporters, just like you. Not only will our ParalympicsGB team be involved but the amazing Rosie Jones will also be joining us so don’t miss her conversation with Adam Hills. Tickets for the whole family start from £25.
Meet Judoka Elliot Stewart This month, we go behind the scenes with Paralympic hopeful Elliot Stewart in the Dojo and at home with his family. Hear about his sight loss, training with his brother – Olympic hopeful Max Stewart and the sacrifices he and his family have made so he can fulfil his dream to go for gold in Tokyo!
An image of swimmer Ellie Robinson kissing her medal at Rio 2016, with the words tbh behind.
“I discovered my true silver lining. He goes by the name of William Gretton, or as I like to call him, Grandad.” In this month’s tbh (to be honest) we speak to the amazing Ellie Robinson on her reflections of lockdown and how she discovered her silver lining from this year.
Recent News
Just in case you missed the latest news from the team: 
22 April Archer Macqueen in the hunt for Tokyo success 
16 April Job alert: Tokyo Games Project Manager UK Hub – closing 30 April 
14 April Toyota Parasport fund commits over £390K to community disability sport 
24 March One year on: the postponement of Tokyo 2020