The Women’s T53 wheelchair racing will be one of the highlights of the Games. Sammi Kinghorn is finding her best form at exactly the right moment.
Ollie Hynd won three medals at London 2012 for ParalympicsGB. He’ll be going for England in the pool, competing in the Commonwealth Games SM8 200m individual medley event.
Chief Executive of sportscotland, Stewart Harris (far left), shares his hopes for an inclusive legacy from the forthcoming Commonwealth Games with Able Magazine.
With the Commonwealth Games fast approaching, the eyes of the world will soon turn to Glasgow.
I cannot wait for Scotland’s biggest ever multi sport event to get under way and I’m sure it will be the best Games ever. As well as aiming to deliver the best ever Team Scotland medal haul, it will be exciting to witness the largest ever para-sport programme in the history of the Games.
The para bowls team has already practiced on the Kelvingrove greens in Glasgow. David Powell (front row, far right) is looking forward to his first Commonwealth Games.