Jonnie Peacock inspires others

Gold medal winner and GB Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock has been in Cambridge promoting the work of volunteers in disability sport.

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Jonnie Peacock inspires others to get involved in sport

Paralympic sprinter Jonnie Peacock having a game of Boccia at Impington College, Cambridge.
Paralympic sprinter Jonnie Peacock having a game of Boccia at Impington College, Cambridge. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Gold medal winner and GB Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock has been in Cambridge this morning promoting the work of volunteers in disability sport.

The Olympics legacy event held at Impington Village College Sports Centre also aims to inspire people to take up Boccia, a competitive game that can be played one-on-one, in pairs, or with teams of three.

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Jonnie Peacock to attend special legacy event

Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock celebrates as he crosses the line to win the Men's 100m - T44 Final, during the Paralympic Games in London.
Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock celebrates as he crosses the line to win the Men's 100m - T44 Final, during the Paralympic Games in London. Credit: PA Images

We are one year on from London's Paralympic games and to mark the occasion, gold medallist Jonnie Peacock will be attending a special legacy event today.

The sprint star will be visiting the Impington Village College sports centre in Cambridge, and is hoping to inspire others to get involved in sport.