Llanelli's Elizabeth Allen will celebrate her success at the recent World Winter Games with a visit to Downing Street today. The athlete has just returned from competition in South Korea where she won two gold medals and one silver at the games.
Elizabeth is one of seven members of the Special Olympics GB's ski team and will be taken on a tour of Downing Street.
As a young boy, Lyndon Powell used to shoot at tin cans with his father.
He's still practising the sport - but today he relies on his ears, not his eyes, to hit the target.
Lyndon, who began to lose his sight at the age of 17, is one of many who attend Tondu shooting club.
There, a new facility is helping blind and visually impaired people enjoy shooting practice.
Nicola Hendy went to meet them.
"Visually impaired people and shooting sounds a strange combination but it is really happening and we are all very excited.
This is one of the very few facilities available for people with a visual impairment around. I've had a go and for the first time the fact that I am completely blind made no difference. It was a completely level playing field. I managed to score four bulls-eyes out of five!"
A brand new shooting range for the visually impaired is being opened today in Bridgend. Specially adapted equipment using lights and sound technology allows shooters to hit their targets.
The new facility at Tondu Target Shooting Club - which has existed under various names since the 19th century - has been launched with the help of Julie Thomas, who lost her sight four years ago.
The dawn of rugby's professional era in the 1990s put an end to many long established fixtures in the calendar. But historic cross-border rivalries will be renewed tomorrow when Bristol travel over the Severn bridge to take on Bridgend in the British & Irish Cup.
Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth has been digging into the past to find out what made this clash so special.
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The first Plaid Cymru presser of the new term was hosted by Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and Assembly member Bethan Jenkins. The main theme was the need to build on the legacy left to Wales by the Olympics and the Paralympics.
We want to ensure that the inspiration from the Olympic games' success lives on. We want the Welsh Government to take the lead in capitalising in the renewed interest in sport. Small , simple , effective action will now reap rewards for generations to come.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games could be the kick start for the transformation of people's activity levels and the Welsh Government must grab this opportunity with both hands. The Scottish and Northern Irish Governments have all announced far-reaching initiatives to ensure their long lasting legacy. Wales cannot afford to be left behind.
- Plaid also say they would like to see a dedicated Sports Minister that could inspire youngsters to oversee policy and increase participation in sport.
A proposed race track in Ebbw Vale that could host international motorsports is a step closer to reality, after the company behind the idea revealed detailed plans of the site.
The developers say they're confident that finance for the £250 million pound site can be found which would be a huge jobs boost to the area.
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