28 AUGUST 2020
LTA WHEELCHAIR TENNIS SERIES AT THE NTC TO LEAD THE RETURN OF ELITE PARASPORT
Elite parasport will return to the nation’s screens at the beginning of September for the first time since lockdown after the LTA announced the staging of a behind closed doors series for Great Britain’s leading wheelchair tennis players at the National Tennis Centre.
EVENING STANDARD, 21 AUGUST 2020
MILITARY MINDSET HAS BEATEN MY LOCKDOWN BLUES...
Invictus Games gold medallist Cornelia Oosthuizen was due for refitting of her prosthetic leg when the impact of the pandemic on the NHS meant six months of delays to her treatment.
HELP FOR HEROES: STEP 2 IT CAMPAIGN
A foot injury left former Army officer Cornelia Oosthuizen in so much pain she made the life-altering decision to have her lower leg amputated. Cornelia, who had to learn to walk again, is now making great strides in her recovery journey..
TEAM OPPO BOOSTS FORMER SOLDIER'S BID FOR PARALYMPIC GOLD
A former Army officer has had her bid for Paralympic gold boosted after being presented with a new custom-built sports wheelchair by Team OppO.
BLESMA Magazine, WINTER 2019, p. 34-36
Cornelia Oosthuizen was left in severe pain after an injury and was later discharged from the Army, but discovering a talent for wheelchair tennis has turned her life around.
METRO UK: STRONG WOMEN SERIES
Strong Women is a weekly series that champions diversity in fitness and sport. Every week we are celebrating the women who have overcome adversity – big or small – and are redefining what strength means to them.
GREAT BRITAIN WOMEN WINS BRONZE MEDAL AT 2019 BNP PARIBAS WORLD TEAM CUP
...bronze medal won by the women’s team on Friday. Together with the quad team’s fourth place finish, the results make this Britain’s best ever performance at a World Team Cup in the event’s 35 year history.
GREAT BRITAIN NAMES 2019 BNP PARIBAS WORLD TEAM CUP SQUAD
The World Team Cup is held on an annual basis and is the ITF’s flagship wheelchair tennis team event – the wheelchair tennis equivalent of the Fed Cup and Davis Cup competitions.
BBC INSIDE OUT WEST: ARMY VETERAN'S FIGHT TO HAVE LEG AMPUTATED
Wiltshire-based Paralympic-hopeful and Army veteran Cornelia Oosthuizen has amputated part of her right leg in the hope it will remove the excruciating pain she suffers.
BBC BREAKFAST NEWS - CHOOSING TO AMPUTATE
If you lived in constant pain, would you amputate your leg in the hope it might remove the agony you go through each day? Even if there's no guarantee it will work? That's the dilemma facing Invictus champion & Paralympic hopeful Cornelia Oosthuizen.
INVICTUS GAMES COMPETITORS - 6 MONTHS ON
Six months on from the last Invictus Games in Toronto our reporter Lee Madan has been catching up with some of the athletes who took part to see how it's helped their recoveries. Today's report is with Jo Hursey and Cornelia Oosthuizen.
HELP FOR HEROES - PARALYMPIC INSPIRATION PROGRAMME
Being given the opportunity to see into the world of elite sport and to be able to gun for the highest levels of sporting excellence myself is a true privilege.
PRINCE HARRY AND MS. MARKLE PRESENT PRIZES AT THE SECOND ENDEAVOUR FUND AWARDS
His Royal Highness and Ms. Markle joined people from the armed forces community to celebrate the achievements of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women who have taken part in remarkable sporting and adventure challenges over the last year.
THE ENDEAVOUR FUND AWARDS 2018 NOMINEE PROFILE
The Celebrating Excellence Award – awarded to the individual who has endeavoured to achieve excellence in their chosen sport or adventure challenge. Nominations for this award include Cornelia Oosthuizen – Cornelia epitomised the example of a true athlete at Invictus Games, signing up for multiple sports and showing impressive dedication.
THE ROLE OF SPORT IN RECOVERY
Cornelia Oosthuizen a nominee for this year's Endeavour Fund Awards on the role of sport in recovery.
INVICTUS GAMES GOLD MEDALLIST
Cornelia Oosthuizen on winning the Women's Golf event at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto.