Seven people from the Meridian region have been selected by ParalympicsGB for the athletics squad for London 2012.
Paul Blake (T36 400m/800m) from Dorchester, Dorset, Stephen Osborne (T51 100m) from Longfield, Kent and Rob Womack (F55 shot putt) from Southend-on-Sea have been chosen for the men's team.
The women are Olivia Breen (T38 100m/200m/4x100m relay) from Liphook, Hampshire and Maxine Moore (F32 Club Throw) from Weymouth, Dorset.
Sophia Warner (T35 100m/200m/4x100m relay) from Hove, East Sussex and Bethy Woodward (T37 200m/4X100m relay) from Ferndown, Dorset have also been selected.
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The GB Paralympic team will be announced at Henley Regatta tomorrow. Penny Silvester has been meeting rowers who hope to be chosen. She talked to Lily Van Den Broeke, Cox and coach Tom Dyson.
Our cameraman Steve Cottrell sent us this picture of GB canoeist Tim Brabants at the Olympic selection day for the canoeing team at Eton Dorney. He's just one of the team chosen for the London 2012 Games. Our reporter Chris Maughan will have all the details later.
Atheletes hoping to represent Team GB in the Canoe Sprint are expected to be announced later.
The canoeists will compete at Eton Dorney in Buckinghamshire.
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Today is a big landmark in the run-up to the Paralympics - 100 days to go and a million tickets went on sale this morning. Sittingbourne's Steve Brown will captain the British wheelchair rugby team. Penny Silvester speaks to him and Southampton's Aaron Phipps.
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Being the first person to run in the London 2012 Olympic torch relay was almost as special as winning a gold medal, three-time Olympic champion Ben Ainslie said today.
He said: "I would say that particular moment ranks right up there with winning a gold medal. It was incredibly special."