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All eyes on Tokyo 2020: meet the team behind Britain’s renewed eventing success

All eyes on Tokyo meet the team behind Britain’s renewed eventing success - Horse & Hound

Bucket list. http://www.clothesmentor.com/stores/asheville/

check - watched the sailing london saw the olympic park, boxing place and the horse riding bit

The disabled chair of the organisation that will manage Britains team at Septembers Paralympic Games in Brazil has explained how it plans to use their sporting performances in Rio and beyond to inspire a better world for disabled people.  Tim Reddish who himself has five Paralympic swimming medals was talking to Disability News Service (DNS) after the publication of Inspiring Excellence the British Paralympic Associations (BPA) new strategic plan.  The five-year plan will take the…

Paralympians’ exploits ‘will encourage engagement with disabled people’ The disabled chair of the organisation that will manage Britain’s team at September’s Paralympic Games in Brazil has explained.

Shout out to these perfect moments from Rio's closing ceremonyAnd with a giant parrot and a samba it was all over.  Image: MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images  By Elise Cooper2016-08-22 02:19:57 UTC  Rios 2016 Olympics have finally drawn to a close  with dancing a bit of rain and a surprise appearance from Mario. It was awesome.  Here are some of the most joyous weird and jubilant moments from Rios closing ceremony for the 2016 Olympic games.  Kim Jong Un sort of made a cameo.  Athletes…

From light up shoes to dancing broccoli and a surprise visit from Mario.

A devastating leaked Nato report shows the extent of US failure, as the Taliban prepare for the occupying forces to leave.

Patrick Cockburn: The death of the American dream in Afghanistan

Western Brook Pond Fjord, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. I wasn't at this point but did the boat ride in the fjord.

Aircraft crossover by the Red Arrows flying display team. The ministry of Defence has placed a series of contracts worth £372m with Britain’s biggest engineering groups to maintain the RAF’s fleet of Hawk jets.  The work on the aircraft, the type used by the Red Arrows aerobatics display team, will guarantee about 700 jobs across the UK until 2020.

Firms win £372m deal to maintain RAF’s Hawk jets

The ministry of Defence has placed a series of contracts worth with Britain’s biggest engineering groups to maintain the RAF’s fleet of Hawk jets.

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