From Alice Tai to Will Bayley – The Brits to look out for at Tokyo Paralympics

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The delayed Tokyo Paralympics are 100 days away.

Here, the PA news agency picks out five Britons who are shaping up to be the headline acts in the Japanese capital.

Alice Tai

2019 World Para Swimming Allianz Championships – Day Five – London Aquatic Centre
Alice Tai has big hopes of boosting her medal tally in Tokyo (Simon Cooper/PA)

Amy Conroy

London Paralympic Games – Day 5
Amy Conroy is determined to lead the GB women’s wheelchair basketball team over the line (PA Archive)

Amy Truesdale

Richard Whitehead

Richard Whitehead file photo
There is no stopping Richard Whitehead at the age of 44 (Paul Harding/PA)

Will Bayley

2016 Rio Paralympic Games – Day Five
Will Bayley is winning his battle to compete in Tokyo (Adam Davy/PA)

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