Two-time Olympic gold medal-winning biathlete Tora Berger has been named among the 15 Athlete Role Models (ARMs) who will support those competing at the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in her home country Norway.
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Global snack provider Mondelēz International showed its support for the third edition of the British Paralympic Association’s (BPA) National Paralympic Day by providing a team of volunteers to aid the smooth running of the event.