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Kelly celebrates at Downing Street

Bath graduate Kelly Gallagher has been to Downing Street to celebrate her Winter Paralympian Gold.

She and her guide Charlotte Evans became the first Britons to clinch a Winter Paralympics gold medal when they won the visually impaired Super-G in Sochi.

Kelly says she hoped the win would inspire others to believe in themselves:-

Bath Uni's Sochi golden girl at Downing Street

Members of Great Britain's record-breaking Winter Paralympic team have been visiting Downing Street for a reception to celebrate their achievements.

Kelly Gallagher, a graduate from Bath University, and her guide Charlotte Evans became the first Britons to clinch a Winter Paralympics gold medal when they won the visually impaired Super-G in Sochi.

Bath Uni graduate, Kelly Gallagher at Downing Street today.

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Cameron congratulates Kelly Gallagher on Gold Medal

David Cameron has congratulated Kelly Gallagher on winning Great Britain's first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics.

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Kelly Gallagher wins first ever Winter Paralympics gold

Kelly Gallagher and guide Charlotte Evans. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Kelly Gallagher and guide Charlotte Evans have won Great Britain's first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics with victory in the women's visually-impaired super-G in Sochi.

Jade Etherington and guide Caroline Powell won bronze.

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Corsham turns out to honour Stephanie

Paralympian swimmer Stephanie Millward in Corsham Credit: ITV Westcountry

Parlaympian swimmer Stephanie Millward this morning described her home town's turnout as 'unbelievable' at the start of a parade in her honour. The five-times medallist at London 2012 was speaking before receiving the Honorary Freedom of the Parish of Corsham.

Stephanie told ITV News Westcountry: "It shows the support that they've always had in me. They've been behind me the whole way. I went to school here and it's an honour that everyone has come out today."

The swimmer, who was diagnosed with mutiple sclerosis at the age of 17, said she wanted to inspire other people and to encourage them not to give up.

" I've beaten MS, nothing can stop me, you can do anything if you believe in yourself", she said.

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