Gold medallist Dani said: "It's amazing to see future Paralympians trying out archery." And Archery GB Performance Co-ordinator Stephanie Kelly said: "It's been brilliant, right from the start. Within the first hour or so we had 70 people arrive, all desperate to have a go."
And archery got the thumbs up from nine-year-old Aiden Bryan of Sheffield. He said: "I came back for a second go at archery. I really enjoyed it."
The potential Paralympians were coached by Tracey Wheatley and John Willson. Everyone who took part was thanked by Performance Director Sara Symington and by the Sports Fest organisers.
Tim Hollingsworth, Chief Executive of the BPA, was delighted at the event's success. He said: "We knew the first Sports Fest would be well received because it was in 2012 and people were still very excited about London. Four months into this year, it is inspiring to know that the excitement is still there and we have had over 700 people come along.
"Be it school kids or adults trying a sport for the first time, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and we know we have found some individuals with genuine potential across a range of sports. Thanks to the hard work of all our sports, other partners and volunteers, we can genuinely feel there is momentum here coming out of 2012 and that is obviously fantastic news."
Sports Fest will be taken to other areas of the UK in the future.
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