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An Englishman, a Welshman & a Scotsman Walk Into a Bar

May 2017
I first represented Great Britain as a 15-year-old in Oslo at the Norwegian Open in May 2005 alongside a doubles partner by the name of Paul Karabardak – the well-known sprightly good-looking young fellow from South Wales. ...Read more »

First Competition Since Rio

April 2017
So I have been incredibly busy since last posting…many apologies for the delay and sorry if people have been waiting on me to get back to them! Last month started with three solid weeks of table tennis...Read more »

A New Four Year Cycle

February 2017
So…the dream is still alive. After playing so well in Rio, and following some positive performance review meetings...Read more »

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David made his international debut in 2005 and has represented ParalympicsGB in Bejing 2008 and London 2012. In Beijing, he beat the home favourite and former champion in the first round on his way to reaching the last eight and, although his preparation was hampered by a broken arm, his spectacular diving shot against his German opponent in London 2012 became a YouTube sensation. Alongside his many sporting achievements, David also graduated with a degree in Biological Chemistry from the University of Sheffield in 2011.

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