BBC HomeExplore the BBC
This page was last updated in July 2005We've left it here for reference.More information

21 August 2014
Accessibility help
Text only
TyneTyne

BBC Homepage
England
»BBC Local
Tyne
Things to do
People & Places
Nature
History
Religion & Ethics
Arts and Culture
BBC Introducing
TV & Radio

Sites near tyne

Cumbria
South Scotland
Tees
Wear

Related BBC Sites

England
 

Contact Us

Like this page?
Send it to a friend!

 

Sport Features


Stephen Miller winning a gold medal at Athens 2004
Stephen Miller at the Athens Olympics

Another gold for Miller

Cramlington's Stephen Miller has added another gold medal to his haul at the Cerebral Palsy World Championships in the USA.


Paralympian Stephen Miller has added yet another two medals to his impressive tally at the Cerebral Palsy World Championships in the USA.

Stephen Miller at Paralympics, Athens 2004
Stephen Miller at Paralympics, Athens

The Northumberland thrower won the F32 club by more than five metres, with a throw of 31.26m. Miller has dominated this competition and won gold at the last three Paralympic games in Athens, Sydney and Atlanta.

He then doubled his haul, winning gold in the F32 discus with a throw of 16.34m, beating his nearest rival by just 3cm.

last updated: 12/07/05
SEE ALSO
home
HOME
email
EMAIL
print
PRINT
Go to the top of the page
TOP
SITE CONTENTS
SEE ALSO

NUFC fans watching a game
All the Toon's games in pictures

Explore the Great North Run
Discover more about the world's biggest half marathon




About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy