13-year-old sets her sights on Paralympics in 2016

13-year-old sets her sights on Paralympics in 2016

13-year-old sets her sights on Paralympics in 2016

First published in Harwich and Manningtree News

SUCCESSFUL athlete Millie Belbin could be the next paralympic star as she sets her sights on the Rio 2016 games.

The 13-year-old who suffers from mild Cerebral Palsy is hoping to compete for England at the Commonwealth Games this year in Glasgow and could also be selected for the next paralympics.

Millie, from Queensway, Lawford, has been taking part in able-bodied athletics and gymnastics for years.

Millie said: "I just love athletics."

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