PUBLISHED: 13:30 07 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:30 07 August 2018 James Carr Ryan Revell will be competing at the School Games. Photo courtesy of Loughborough University. Archant A talented student will appear alongside some of the most gifted school-age athletes in the country after being chosen as part of the wheelchair basketball squad. Ryan Revell, from Bungay, will represent England Central at this year’s School Games national finals, which are taking place at Loughborough University from Thursday, August 30 to Sunday, September 2. The event gives young athletes, competing in a variety of different sports, an experience of high level competition in an environment similar to an Olympic or Paralympic Games. The 18-year-old Easton College student already boasts an impressive track record and is set to make an impact on the bigger stage. As a member of Norwich Lowriders Wheelchair Basketball Club Mr Revell helped his team earn a top six finish in the national U19 tournament. Ali Oliver, chief executive officer of the Youth Sport Trust said the competition provided the Bungay youngster with an incredible chance to showcase his skills. She said: “The School Games national finals provide a great opportunity for talented young athletes like Ryan…. Read full this story
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