It's just over a hundred days to the Paralympics, which means final preparations are underway for thousands of athletes.
For Britain's blind football team, it's the culmination of a six year plan which has seen the creation a world class training facility at the Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford.
According to former Shrewsbury and Hereford defender Tony Larkin, the project started back in 2006.
They started to put bids and grants in and the centre, the Point 4 opened in 2008.
Having this facility they were able to launch the blind and partially sighted football academy which has been important to the England and Great Britain blind football teams as well as the partially sighted teams.
This facility hosted the blind world cup in August 2010, where England came fourth and Brazil won.
The venue has been instrumental, preparing for Beijing right to the preparation today.