Gold for British Paralympian Archer Nathan MacQueen
Nathan MacQueen from Dumfries has won gold for Great Britain at the Fazza International Para-Archery Championships in Dubai at the weekend.
Nathan suffered a spinal cord injury after he was involved in a motorcycle accident and decided to get involved in archery again a couple of years ago.
Kathleen McMonagle, Corporate Social Responsibility Manger at Digby Brown: “At Digby Brown, we see first-hand the devastating effects of a spinal cord injury as the result of accidents on the road.
“We are honoured to sponsor and support Nathan in his athletic career, and we are very proud and absolutely delighted in his recent victory in Dubai – well done Nathan!”
Nathan MacQueen wrote on Twitter: “Thanks for all the support you have given me, it wouldn't have been possible without it.”
Read more about Nathan’s gold on the World Archery website