David Weir reverses decision to quit Team GB and targets Tokyo 2020

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David Weir reverses decision to quit Team GB and targets Tokyo 2020
David Weir reverses decision to quit Team GB and targets Tokyo 2020

Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir has reversed his decision to quit racing for Britain and has targeted a shock return to the Olympics. The 39-year-old previously said he would 'never wear the GB vest again' after claiming he was belittled at Rio 2016 by coach Jenni Banks, who is still part of the GB set-up. She was alleged to have thrown his wheelchair in a row over his relay performance. In explaining his U-turn, Weir told the BBC: 'Nothing can get in my way. I'm in such a positive mind-set now. 'I'm going to make sure I get to Tokyo, put the GB vest on and feel very proud to wear it like I did in 1996 [his Paralympic debut].' Opening up on his battle with depression over the last

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