Craven re-elected as head of Paralympic movement
Nov. 24, 2013
LONDON (AP) — Philip Craven has been re-elected as president of the International Paralympic Committee.
It will be the Briton's fourth and final term as head of the Paralympic movement.
Tim Reddish, chairman of the British Paralympic Association, says Sunday that Craven "has been a dedicated and passionate advocate of Paralympic sport and under his stewardship we have seen the Paralympic movement develop tremendously."
Craven was re-elected at the IPC General Assembly in Athens.