Aaron McKibbin: Euro Championships in Split gave me Paralympic boost

Britain’s  Paralympic table tennis player Aaron McKibbin tells Metro about the sport he loves and his London 2012 hopes.

Olympic hurdler Dai Greene and Paralympic Table Tennis player Aaron McKibbin A Brit of a do: Aaron McKibbin got to meet Britain’s world champion 400metres hurdler, Dai Greene, when they came into Metro’s offices for a special London 2012 questions and answers session (Pictures: Ally Carmichael)

GB team in London

GB at London for the Gala dinner with the rest of the GB team. Kim Daybell was not present due to final study commitments before concentrating full time on London 2012

DSE Championships 2012


Ashley Davis

Ashley Davis (Wales) showed his continued improvement by beating Shaun Newcomb in the final of the Wheelchair Open.   Ashley was a triple champion , also winning the class 1-3 singles and partnering Shaun to take the wheelchair doubles.   Adam Thompson (North West) was in great form  and beat Paul Waumsley (South East) in the final of the Mens Standing Open to record his first Open Championships win.  for full report and results       DSE Championships 2012



Ross and Aaron receive the gold medal at the China Open

Ross and Aaron receive the gold medal for class 8 team event at the China Open

 Further success for the GB Paralympic squad  has been achieved at the China Open. In an event inevitably dominated by China, one gold, two silvers and one bronze  for Great Britain is an excellent return from the five players   who all  won at least one medal       Continue reading