IWAS Prague 2016
Written by Bill
Saturday, 23 July 2016 00:42
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Celebration of Sport in Prague for the IWAS under 23 World Games 2016


Cillian Dunne winner of two Silver & 1 Bronze Medals


 “It's been an absolutely unbelievable few days here in Prague at the IWAS u23 World Junior Games. Yesterday winning silver in the 200m but the highlight of my trip was today's races. I worked even harder today and got myself a personal best in my 800m and the best part of the entire day was that I added to my collection by winning a bronze in the 100m and a second silver in the 400m. I am absolutely thrilled and still pinching myself to prove I'm not dreaming. It was by far the best week of my life to date and I can't wait to come home to my family and friendsI'd just like to say a big thanks again goes to David Coen in feel good fitness and my track coach David Griffith.”

Cillian Dunne

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IWAS (Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation) is a British organisation International that was formed in 2004 following the amalgamation of International Stoke Mandeville Wheelchair Sports Federation and the International Sport Organisation for the Disabled. The IWAS Under 23 World Games and IWAS World Games sees athletes of all abilities from 14 years up to ‘Masters’ (35 years +) participating on an international platform. 

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Disability sports were presented throughout the Old Town Square in Prague as the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Under-23 World Games was officially declared open.

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