The NHS recommends each adult gets at least 150 minutes of exercise each week, but if you’re self isolating, it can be harder to get those steps or access the exercise that usually makes up your daily routine.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until next year because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Jen Blackwell by Gary Hughes A Lancashire-based dance charity is set to deliver free online dance classes amid the COVID-19 outbreak, to combat loneliness and…
Scottish football club Celtic have teamed up with former Scotland rugby player Doddie Weir to organise a charity football match, raising funds for MND research.
The Home Nations are set to unite thanks to BT, who have announced plans to launch one of the largest footballing programmes across the UK – making football accessible to all.
More men struggling in silence wiht their mental health. Two Scottish football teams are going into the changing room to promote men’s mental health.
Rugby player Rob Burrow, who most famously played for Leeds Rhinos, has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
The annual Sports Personality of the Year 2019 awards took place last night (15 December), with disabled sporting personalities awarded during the prestigious event.
Comedian Adam Hills is set to shine a light on disability sport in his upcoming Channel 4 documentary, Adam Hills: Take His Legs (Friday 13 December, 11:30pm). Adam speaks exclusively to Lorne Gillies about his journey to live out his boyhood dream of playing in competitive rugby league and the importance of sport.
Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disability, charity Motivation are bringing accessibility and equality to Uganda with their pioneering Motivation All-Stars Appeal.
British double leg amputee, Billy Monger has been named as one of the latest entrants into the Extreme E championship, just under three years since his Formula 4 crash.
Retired rower, Pete Reed has announced he is living with paralysis in his lower body after experiencing a spinal stroke.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex today (29 October) launched the British team of injured and wounded military veterans set to compete in next year’s Invictus Games.
A Westminster-based charity has raised £59,000 to support female Paralympic hopefuls get to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Energy company BP is celebrating 11 years of helping to advance and support the Paralympic Movement, and ignite the energy within.