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Lording it up in Sheffield at the Disability Games

The annual Duke of Edinburgh Disability Games are held at the Institute of Sport in Sheffield, using the same multi-use indoor track that Olympic hopeful Jessica Ennis uses for training. CTC Cycling Development Officer Steve Marsden describes this year's event.
The Lord Mayor of Sheffield tries out an adapted cycle

The day was grey and looking like we were in for another wet one. it was my first day back and i was looking forward to the Disability Games. We have been involved with the games for the past 3 years and it has always been sunny and dry.

Children come from all over the Yorkshire and Humberside region and it is always very well attended. The participants do a variety of different sports including bocha, javelin, archery and, of course, cycling.


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