August 2009
Community Care;8/13/2009, Issue 1783, p10
The article reports that athletes Leuan Scott, Andrew Rammell, Lawrence Black and Peter Girvan won a bronze medal in the 4x100m relay at the Special Olympics GB National Summer Games held in Leicester, England. The athletes are all members of the learning disability charity Norwood's residential community in Berkshire, whose athletes have won 32 medals between them at the games.


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