Andy Lapthorne and Jamie Burdekin claim doubles quad victory at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.
ParalympicsGB's chef de mission for Rio 2016 Penny Briscoe tells BBC Sport she is pleased with progress towards the Games.
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- Four Britons in semi-finals at Masters
- Athletics Weir opts out of lottery funding
- McFadden completes second Grand Slam
- Davies aims for fresh start in 2015
- London hosts 2015 IPC marathon event
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