Ellie Simmonds
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Paralympics study: Discus winner John Harris on legacy

Some 89% of sports clubs saw no change in the number of people with disabilities joining their ranks in the months after the London Games.

A study of hundreds of clubs throughout the UK by the Sport and Recreation Alliance raises questions over the sporting legacy of the 2012 Paralympics, widely regarded as the most successful ever.

John Harris won a gold medal in the discus at the 1984 Paralympics, and he spoke to Peter Johnson on BBC Radio Wales.

New legacy fears over Paralympics

  • 12 Jan 2013