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ParalympicsGB athletes leave Sochi today with historic six medals
Silver for Jade Etherington and fifth for Millie Knight in women's slalom
Millie Knight to carry the flag at Paralympics' opening ceremony
SportsAid seeks match-funding after announcing £30,000 for aspiring skeleton and bobsleigh athletes

SportsAid seeks match-funding after announcing £30,000 for aspiring skeleton and bobsleigh athletes

Press releases   •   Feb 28, 2014 16:13 GMT

Olympic champion Amy Williams welcomes new support for young skeleton and bobsleigh athletes. Charity seeks new partners to match-fund its £30,000 commitment to the next generation.

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Bobsleigh athlete Adam Hames is named SportsAid January athlete of the month

Bobsleigh athlete Adam Hames is named SportsAid January athlete of the month

News   •   Jan 21, 2015 10:36 GMT

​Adam Hames has been named SportsAid's January athlete of the month. He only did his first bobsleigh run at Bath University last summer but just six months later, at the sport’s inaugural mononbob event in Lillehammer, the 15-year-old from Loughborough won his first international medal.

ParalympicsGB flagbearer Millie Knight describes Sochi as a ‘dream come true’ in exclusive interview with SportsAid

ParalympicsGB flagbearer Millie Knight describes Sochi as a ‘dream come true’ in exclusive interview with SportsAid

News   •   Mar 18, 2014 12:22 GMT

Fifteen-year-old Kent skier Millie Knight finished fifth in the visually impaired slalom and giant slalom at the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games which have just ended in Sochi. In this exclusive interview with SportsAid she explains what is was like to become the youngest winter Paralympian in the history of British sport and carry the flag at the Games' opening ceremony.