Grey-Thompson


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Grey-Thompson

(ˈɡreɪˈtɒmpsən)
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(Biography) Tanni (Carys Davina) Baroness. born 1969, Welsh wheelchair athlete; won eleven gold medals for Britain in wheelchair racing in the Paralympic Games (1988–2004); a crossbench peer in the House of Lords since 2010
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Baroness Grey-Thompson said that parents and especially mothers have an active part to play.
BARONESS Tanni Grey-Thompson dropped in at a Teesside school to assure students: the House of Lords is more interesting than it looks
PARALYMPIC heroine Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE showed Walker schoolchildren that being disabled doesn't have to stop you enjoying sport.
THE Government has been accused of a "shabby and shambolic" appointment process after announcing London Marathon chief executive Nick Bitel as the new chairman of Sport England ahead of Paralympic gold medallist Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
PARALYMPIC icon Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson is among those captured on canvas for a new exhibition.
Grey-Thompson, Britain's greatest paralympian, is heading UK Athletics' review into anti-doping and she said: "On a personal level, I would be interested in why he did it.
DAME Tanni Grey-Thompson wants Dwain Chambers to help fix the mess his comeback has created by explaining what made him take drugs.
DAME TANNI GREY-THOMPSON has advocated a zero-tolerance approach to drug cheats and believes they should receive lengthy suspensions.
Grey-Thompson will race for the final time at the Visa Paralympic World Cup this May before turning her attention to coaching and interests outside of the sport.
PARALYMPIC athlete Tanni Grey-Thompson had been seeking inspiration from Redcar students.
BARONESS Tanni Grey-Thompson went back to school this week to launch a major new report into physical education (PE).
BARONESS Tanni Grey-Thompson returned to her roots yesterday at the launch of Penarth's mini Olympics.