BWSFBritish Wheelchair Sports Foundation (United Kingdom)
BWSFBlack Women in Sport Foundation (est. 1992)
BWSFBritish Water Ski Federation Limited (UK)
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We've been doing this with BWSF. With exposure black girls can get into careers officiating, a field with hardly any black women.
The Primary Sports Day at the Midland Sports Centre, Cromwell Lane, Tile Hill, proved so successful that the BWSF is to make it an annual event.
The sports day proved such a success, that Charlie Bethel, sports and events development manager for the BWSF which provides, promotes and develops sport for people with disabilities, said he had high hopes for the future.
Joanne Hall at BWSF says: ``Our marathon packages include a guaranteed race entry, return flights,accommodation and the chance to see one of the greatest cities in the world.''
A spokesman for the British Water-Skiing Federation (BWSF) said it was concerned about the lack of waters ports facilities in Snowdonia.
Her achievements to date make impressive reading: British champion 1994-2001, European champion 1994-2001, world champion 19982001, current Paralympic champion, British Wheelchair Sports Foundation (BWSF) junior of the year 1997, Variety Club of Great Britain disabled sportswoman of the year 1998, BWSF Individual Female Achievement 1999, The Western Mail/Jury's Cardiff Hotel Sportstar of the Month 1999 and The Western Mail sportswoman of the year runner-up, 1999.