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Emil Roger (centre) coaching at the Pan-Disability Soccer Skill Centre at Carrow Road with the Community Sports Foundation. Picture: Daniel Wynne

Norwich student signs for Tottenham Hotspur’s cerebral palsy football team

Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy may have missed out on the chance to play football in Brazil – but a City College Norwich student still has hopes of heading to Rio.

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Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo with his Olympic bronze medal. Picture: Nick Butcher

Our Olympians – progress report

The 2012 London Olympics is now over for our region’s competitors – so take a look at how they got on in their events and what they had been hoping to achieve…

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Emil Roger (centre) coaching at the Pan-Disability Soccer Skill Centre at Carrow Road with the Community Sports Foundation. Picture: Daniel Wynne

Norwich student signs for Tottenham Hotspur’s cerebral palsy football team

Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy may have missed out on the chance to play football in Brazil – but a City College Norwich student still has hopes of heading to Rio.

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From left: The Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales and Prince Harry during the opening ceremony of The Invictus Games at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Invictus Games: Prince Harry says ‘lives will change’ in speech at triumphant opening ceremony

The Invictus Games opened with a triumphant ceremony at the former Olympic Park this evening.

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London 2012 Legacy

From left: The Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales and Prince Harry during the opening ceremony of The Invictus Games at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Invictus Games: Prince Harry says ‘lives will change’ in speech at triumphant opening ceremony

The Invictus Games opened with a triumphant ceremony at the former Olympic Park this evening.

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