Paracyclist Mark Colbourne says his decision to retire was 'prompted by my age and by being honest with myself'.
I don’t feel I have the physical capabilities to continue for the next three years to Rio. I’ve really enjoyed my paracycling career, the standout highlight being winning gold at the Paralympic Games in London 2012.
I’m looking forward to being more involved with my Paralympic Ambassador role for the London Velodrome – I’m very proud of that. I’m going to be setting up my own cycling training camp company which will help other people to learn and develop their cycling skills from grass-roots up to club level. I’m also going to continue with my professional speaking.
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Wales head coach Rob Howley admitted his side's performance 'simply wasn't good enough' against Scotland this afternoon.
It will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain at first, but most of the rain will clear by morning.
Despite leading at half time, Howley's men failed to score in the second half with Scotland racking up 20 points to seal the win.