With just under a year to go before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and just over a year until the Paralympics, we’re getting excited, and are sure you are too.
To mark Learning Disability Week 2019, residents from Sanctuary Supported Living have shared stories of how sport has helped them to gain confidence, stay active and become more independent.
Summer is just around the corner and that means it’s almost time for the Superhero Series’ annual Para Triathlon. We caught up with celebrity team captains Joy Haizelden and Anne Dickens ahead of the fun-filled sporting event.
The sports brand are staying true to their slogan and encouraging women of all sizes and abilities to just do it.
Across the country young adults are being inspired by top Olympic athletes from the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust to achieve their full potential.
Two community diabetes nurses are getting ready to cycle almost 100 miles to raise funds for Diabetes UK, and inspire their patients to get more active.
Josh Patterson has been in the limelight for a long time, following his time on hit show Made in Chelsea. But now, Josh is making headlines for completely different reasons. Saskia Harper spoke with Josh.
Are you ready to Move it for MS? It’s time to get active this week (22 – 28 April) to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis during this year’s MS Awareness Week.
Jen Blackwell always dreamed of being a dancer and dance leader. However, she was unable to find dance training suitable for people with learning disabilities. So, Jen, who has Down’s syndrome, decided to do something about it.
Transitioning from the Armed Forces, whilst adjusting to an acquired disability, comes with challenges. Invictus Games athlete and motivational speaker, Mark Ormrod, discusses his road to civvy street and breaking barriers.
The Special Olympics is currently underway, and it is shining a spotlight on accessible sporting events. As day five nears an end, we look at the achievements being made.
Dedicated to championing people struggling with disability, GB Paralympian Stef Reid has had her prosthetic created in Nepal at The Leprosy Mission’s Anandaban Hospital to “walk in the shoes” of amputees living in Nepal.
Last year’s Superhero Tri was an astounding success. So, it’s no surprise it is back for another year and you could be in with the chance of teaming up with superstars from sport and screen.
Players at Hull FC have come together with Cartwright Mobility and Stoneacre Ford to hand over a custom-designed wheelchair accessible vehicle to one of the Club’s biggest fans.
Disability Sports Coach (DSC) are a charity that provide high quality sport and physical activity provision for disabled people through specialist coaching services, training and…