It was an intense time for GB who put on an incredible performance in both of the Games, and with it now all over I wanted to look back and see how Rio 2016 compared to the team’s past performances.
With the Rio Paralympics finally coming to a close Team GB went out in style with an action-packed final few days to the 2016 games.
With the Rio Paralympics now in the latter half of the Games GB still show no signs of slowing down as their Golden streak continues.
Team GB started their 2016 Paralympic campaign in the most incredible way, and with the Games now reaching their midpoint, there was no stopping the 2012 hosts from continuing in truly Golden fashion.
Team GB put on an incredible performance over the first two days of the Rio Paralympics, but with such a high bar set already was their luck… Read more “A Rollercoaster Weekend (Days 3/4)”
Team GB’s Olympians set a high standard for their Paralympic teammates to follow in Rio but that didn’t phase them as they kicked off their competition in true medal-winning style.
After several weeks of waiting following the close of the 2016 Olympic Games, the Paralympics has finally kicked off this evening with an incredible opening ceremony.
We have technology that can tell us how fast a runner crossed the finish line to the closest thousandth, or how strong an athlete kicked their opponent in a Taekwondo match, yet we’re unable to show the replay of a dive to the judges who have about five seconds to decide their score.
Team GB revived their ‘Super Saturday’ from London 2012 when they claimed 6 medals in Rio this Wednesday after a slow start from the previous Olympic hosts.