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Video: Paralympic legacy lives on at St Bernard’s School in Louth

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The 2012 Paralympic legacy lives on at St Bernard’s School in Louth, six months to the day after the opening ceremony.

Last year the Egyptian Paralympic powerlifting team trained at the school in preparation for the 2012 Games where they picked up four gold medals.

To mark the lasting legacy, a plaque has been presented to the school by Janet Inman, chief executive of the Lincolnshire Sports Partnership and 2012 Games Champion for Lincolnshire, Doreen Stephenson.

See the Leader on Wednesday for the full story.

 

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