Paralympians with MS delighted to receive national honours

Two Paralympians with multiple sclerosis, who won gold medals in Rio in 2016, are delighted to have had their efforts recognized in their country’s New Year Honours list. Kadeena Cox and Stephanie Millward have both been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire, which is denoted by adding the letters MBE after … Continue reading Paralympians with MS delighted to receive national honours

Two Paralympic golds, two world records, one silver medal and one bronze in four starts – and she has MS

A Paralympic athlete who now also competes as a cyclist and has multiple sclerosis, has gained a medal in each of the four events in which she took part. Kadeena Cox, 25, won two golds, each with a world record time, one silver and one bronze. She was due to have taken part in a … Continue reading Two Paralympic golds, two world records, one silver medal and one bronze in four starts – and she has MS

Athletes with MS taking on Paralympic Games in Rio

Following the recent Olympic Games, the 2016 Paralympics start today, also in Rio. I respect and admire each and every one of the thousands of people with disabilities taking part and fighting for gold medals. To dedicate themselves with such passion and determination deserves the great success that only the very best will achieve. Among … Continue reading Athletes with MS taking on Paralympic Games in Rio