Next year, however, his attention will turn to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Get to know the 'Weirwolf'
"I've never represented England in the Commonwealths and that's something I would really like to," continued the man dubbed the
at the London Games.
"It's not too far away, it's another challenge for my CV and hopefully I can win a medal there."
Weir admits wheelchair athletes are fortunate to have access to a number of competitive races around the globe, but he is backing the concept of a
World Grand Prix series
mooted by the International Paralympic Committee [IPC] earlier this week.
"I think this is the right time to do it," said Weir.
"Hopefully they'll start doing some trial events this year and then build on from that, I think it's just a great idea to promote Paralympic sport after the London Games."
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