Right, which way? Which line are we
going for? That way. It’s huge to get wheelchair rugby going in
the Copper Box. We had a wonderful Paralympic Games, and people may remember all the tickets
suddenly flew out the windows. People didn’t realise how exciting it was. We all cheer
rugby. It’s probably the most violent, most exhilarating game you can spectate at, and
it’s also very challenging to and exciting to take part in. And we’ve got one of the
best teams in the world. Team GB will be fantastic. We’re getting eight of the top nations coming
back end of next year 2015, towards the end of 2015, we’re going to have a huge Rugby
World Cup and Wheelchair Rugby as well. It’s one of those things that Britain started in
1948, but worth continuing to push forward. I think people look at this stuff, and what
they see is that in the end, they don’t see the disability. They don’t see the wheelchair.
What they see is this incredible achievement by the athletes and the fun they have and
the skill that they have in whacking the ball around. Watch out. Watch out. Watch out. Coming through here.