Disability Sport Wales executive director, Jon Morgan, said they are confident they can build on the "extremely strong foundation" now in place for disability sport across Wales.
We will now be working even harder to ensure we continue to challenge and improve the way that Wales delivers sport to disabled people.
Key to us delivering on this ambition will be our national inclusion project, called insport. If we get this right there will be so many more sports and activities that disabled people can take part in inside their own communities.
Major events such as the International Paralympics Association European Athletics Championships, taking place in Swansea in 2014, provide a further platform for our Welsh athletes to insire the nation, just as they did in 2012.
I am pleased that more disabled people in Wales are taking part in sport than ever before with more than a million participation opportunities. Disability Sport Wales are doing a great job in engaging disabled people in every aspect of sporting life in Wales and the figures released today reflect that.
The Welsh Government fully recognises the valuable contribution that sport and physical activity can make to our health and I hope that the number of disability sport clubs and participation opportunities continues to increase.
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