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Danny Nobbs set for men’s F54 javelin final at IPC European Championships in Swansea

Paralympic hopeful Danny Nobbs, who has switched from shot putt to javelin with the help of his coach Tim Newenham.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Paralympic hopeful Danny Nobbs, who has switched from shot putt to javelin with the help of his coach Tim Newenham. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Norfolk Paralympic hopeful Danny Nobbs continues his progress in switching from shot put to javelin this afternoon when he takes part in the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea.

The 34-year-old, who competed in the shot at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, is hoping to qualify for Brazil 2016.

He competes for Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the men’s F54 javelin from 5pm.

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