2014 was a dismal year for para-canoeist Charlotte Wilkinson-Burnett due to a shoulder injury but she is hoping to make a strong comeback in 2015. Barrow-based Charlotte, who was selected to receive the by the leading human performance and fitness facility, based at The FA National Training Centre in Burton, is aiming to make a big impact on the world stage ahead of going in pursuit of Paralympic gold in 2016. Possibilities for writing my paper writer reviews away from desks. “It was a dismal year,” Charlotte said of 2014. “Coming back from a serious injury I’ve had several setbacks. “But everything has been going to plan recently and that’s where we are at the moment. I’ve been in training more regularly since September. “Hopefully the shoulder will be ok this year as I would like to go to either the European Championships in the Czech Republic or the World Cup in Germany, and there is the World Championships in Italy in August. “I’ve only done UK events up until now but Britain has the best competitions in the world. “I’m really lucky that I have that talent to compete against. ”

Canoe makes its debut at the Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016 and Charlotte hopes to lead a charge for the medals. “The goals I have are the same as last year but I’d like to get my shoulder to the point it is strong enough to get me through the year and I’m in a good place for that to happen,” she continued. “Hopefully I’m going to continue building my strength throughout January and February and get some good training behind me. “Even in training I’m still producing good times and if everything continues in an upward direction then competing at the championships this year is possible. ”

“Then I want to use that to build experience ahead of the Paralympics. “Whatever comes out of this year is going to be of huge benefit for me and then I’m looking forward to 2016. ”

Perform’s 12-month scholarship includes a substantial package of benefits from Perform St. George’s Park including:

– Initial assessment with sports science and strength and conditioning specialists to establish baselines
– Quarterly sports science re-tests
– Fortnightly strength and conditioning for the initial two months and once a month after
– Initial assessment for injuries and physiotherapy at priority rates
– Monthly sports massage or contrast bathing depending on preference
– Unlimited use of the strength and conditioning gym during 8am-8pm (Mon-Thurs) and 8am-5pm (Fri)*

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