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Commonwealth Games: Bucks woman with cerebral palsy reflects on ‘amazing’ experience at opening ceremony – Bucks Herald

Saturday, 6 August, 2022

Commonwealth Games: Bucks woman with cerebral palsy reflects on ‘amazing’ experience at opening ceremony – Bucks Herald

Asa Marshall at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

 
Asa Marshall, from High Wycombe, participated in the opening show at the games in Birmingham 10 years on from her involvement in the Paralympics ceremony at London 2012.

Asa whose parents live in Aylesbury, went through extensive rehearsals ahead of the global showcase, and is now ready to practice ahead of the closing performance on 8 August.

Asa told The Bucks Herald about last Thursday's special show (28 July), saying: “It was absolutely amazing.

Read more at: https://www.bucksherald.co.uk/sport/other-sport/commonwealth-games-bucks-woman-with-cerebral-palsy-reflects-on-amazing-experience-at-opening-ceremony-3793123

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