Dancer's Games honour
A PROFESSIONAL dancer from Swansea performed in front of a global audience as part of the Paralympic opening ceremony.
Meriel Evans performed in front of the 80,000 people who watched the event in the Olympic stadium, one billion TV viewers and the Queen in the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympics.
Meriel from Sketty trained at the Swansea Grand Theatre School of Dance under Wendy Weaver and Andrea Williams.
She also studied dance at Gorseinon College and won a place at the London Studio Centre.
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Meriel has travelled the world as a professional dancer for the past 12 years and spent the past four years in Paris as Dance Captain of the Bluebell Girls Troupe at the Lido de Paris.
She took part in a five hour audition before hearing she would be dancing in the Opening Ceremony.
She said: "It was one of the proudest moments of my career to work with so many inspirational performers.
"The feeling of dancing in the Olympic Stadium was one I will remember forever.
"A chance in a lifetime.
"It took my breath away."
Meriel is now busy rehearsing for a dance tour to China in September and Russia in November.