(…and you’ll find the answer – if you don’t already know it! – in the pages of this Website!)
The Manchester Evening News has teamed up with The BT Paralympic World Cup to give two lucky readers the opportunity to take part in a Wheelchair Basketball shootout with T4 presenter Rick Edwards on Friday 20 May at the Manchester Arndale Centre.
The BT Paralympic World Cup is the largest annual international multi-sport competition in elite disability sport. Manchester has committed for the seventh consecutive year to hosting elite international athletes competing across Wheelchair Basketball, Athletics and Swimming. In addition, Boccia and Sitting Volleyball will be represented for the first time, with international matches staged during the competition.
The 2011 BT Paralympic World Cup will receive unprecedented television coverage, with Channel 4 committing to a two hour live programme on 28 May, as well daily highlights packages on 26 and 27 May.
To win a chance to take on Rick Edwards on the court all you need to do is answer this simple question:
Who is known as the ‘blade-runner’?
a) Ian Jones
b) Oscar Pistorius
c) Richard Whitehead
Text PARA followed by a space and your choice of answer (A, B or C) to 82540.
E.g PARA X and send it to 82540
Entries cost £1.00 plus your standard network charge. Players must be 16+ and a resident in the UK. Employees of MEN Media are not permitted to play. Entries are limited. The prize is as stated and is non-transferable. All entries must be received before midnight 18th May 2011. Each correct entry received will be entered into the draw on 19th May 2011. Regretfully in the event that the event/concert is cancelled by the artist/promoter, tickets for alternative event/concerts will not be provided to winners. Usual MEN Media rules apply.Tags: blade runner, Ian Jones, Oscar Pistorius, Paralympic World Cup, Richard Whitehead, Rick Edwards, wheelchair basketball