Tanni Grey-Thompson
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Tanni Grey-Thompson on Olympic and Paralympic legacy

Former Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson wondered how long the "fairydust" and glow of the London 2012 Games would last, but said the public had already become "more positive about disabled people in general".

Now Baroness Baroness Grey-Thompson, the crossbench peer said there would be a "spike in participation" in sport after the Olympics and Paralympics but asked if it would still be there in six months.

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  • 10 Sep 2012
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