BBC reporter Mark Beaumont with the Cameroon's Para-sports team
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Queen's Baton Relay: Cameroon para-athletes set for Games

Cameroon's para-sports team hope to use the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to change attitudes towards disability in the West-African country.

The Cameroon National Paralympics Committee was established two years ago, Secretary-General, Etienne Songa hopes the Games in Glasgow will play a key role towards acknowledging para-athletics as a legitimate and important part of the sporting scene.

BBC reporter Mark Beaumont, who is travelling with the Queen's Baton Relay, joined the athletes for a training session and discovered how they are preparing for Glasgow 2014.

  • 15 Jan 2014
  • From the section World
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