Aussie tennis Paralympians in welcome home parade
Australian tennis Paralympians at the London 2012 Games will be among more than 200 athletes being officially welcomed at a ceremony tomorrow in Sydney.
Australian wheelchair tennis players who competed at the London 2012 Paralympic Games will be among more than 200 Paralympians being officially welcomed at a ceremony tomorrow in Sydney.
The celebration will be free to the public and will be held Northern Boardwalk of the Sydney Opera House from 11am to 1pm.
Australian wheelchair tennis athletes Ben Weekes, Adam Kellerman, Daniela Di Toro and Janel Manns competed at the London Games and will be among the festivities.
The event represents a chance for Australia’s successful Paralympic team – which won 85 medals and finished fifth overall on the medal tally – to thank the public for the amazing support they received at London 2012.
Entertainment will be provided by Brazilian dancers and electronic music act The Potbelleez.