Sara Symington, Performance Director at Archery GB says: "Kenny has been part of the GB squad for seven years, we are very proud of all he has achieved as a Paralympic archer for himself and his country and we wish him all the best for the future. We will be offering Kenny our full support over the coming weeks and months"
World Archery has confirmed it is in full agreement with the International Paralympic Committee and it has confirmed this means that a number of athletes, some of whom may have won medals at the London Paralympics or the last World Para-Archery Championships in Turin, will no longer be eligible to compete internationally in Para-Archery competitions.
World Archery has publicly stated that at no time should any of these athletes be challenged in a negative way. They obeyed the rules and won their medals fairly as a result of hard work over many years. World Archery is proud of what they have done. It is simply a fact that the classification rules for Para-Archery have changed.
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