One person to watch out for this year is Nathan Stephens who has should some sign that he could win gold. DSW Jon Morgan said he is delighted with the results and said Wales always had the ability to win gold at the Paralympics.
Athlete Aled Sion Davies said; “As a first time Paralympian this is without a doubt a dream come true. I have been training for seven long years for this moment. Believe me when I say, I will make Wales, Britain, my family and friends proud in London come September.”
There are growing signs that the Walsh are taking their sport seriously 17 Welsh competitors in the ParalympicsGB team, 24 in Athens and 31 in Beijing. One thing we all know is the Wales has helped out GB a lot with their gold count in the Paralympics.