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Part I: NSWIS 44 ready for Paralympic medal haul in Rio

Posted on September 8, 2016 by

The most brilliant para athletes in Australia will be putting in their best performances over the next 10 days at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and among them will be 44 NSWIS athletes.

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Part II: NSWIS 44 ready for Paralympic medal haul in Rio

Posted on September 8, 2016 by

Part II of our Paralympic preview sees Equestrian, Goalball, Rowing and Sailing come under the spotlight. Check out our athletes who will be going for gold in Rio.

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Part III: NSWIS 44 ready for Paralympic medal haul in Rio

Posted on September 8, 2016 by

Part III of our Paralympic preview is a focus on Swimming – one of our most successful Paralympic disciplines, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby and Wheelchair Tennis. Can our athletes deliver top performances and come home with medals? Check out our athletes who will be hopeful of striking gold in Rio.

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Go Green and Gold!

Posted on September 6, 2016 by

This is a really popular salad and incredibly tasty. For an authentic recipe the potatoes need to be fried crispy sticks. We altered the recipe slightly, substituting natural yoghurt in place of mayonnaise, and roasting potatoes instead of frying them.

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Fearnley in contention to be Australia’s Paralympic flag bearer

Posted on September 5, 2016 by

Longevity and selfless support of Australia’s Paralympic family will decide who will be Australia’s flag bearer for the opening ceremony in Rio on Wednesday (Thursday AEST), and NSWIS athlete Kurt Fearnley will be a hot favourite.

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Ballard ready for Rio Paralympics, but an elusive gold won’t define her career

Posted on September 5, 2016 by

NSWIS athlete Angie Ballard says she is ready for competition when the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games begin on Wednesday (Thursday AEST), naming the T53 100m and 400m as her best chances of tasting gold.

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Scott one-two as Subaru NSWIS & MS lay down the Law

Posted on September 5, 2016 by

Scott Law has won the final stage of the 2016 Australian Paper Tour of Gippsland, with Subaru NSWIS & MS teammate Cameron Scott placing second, Liam Magennis finishing fifth during the stage five criterium in Traralgon, Victoria.

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