Mobility product manufacturer Invacare announces that elite British Paralympic athletes Hannah Cockroft MBE and Nathan Maguire will become sponsored for its premium active wheelchair brand, Küschall.
BT has launched Hope United, a squad of athletes from across the four Home Nations who have come together to unite the nation in tackling online hate.
A research project, funded by charity Alzheimer’s Society, is recruiting professional rugby players in hopes of better understanding the risk of dementia.
The Toyota Parasport fund has invested more than £390,000 in clubs and activity providers across the UK in the past 12 months to empower disabled people to get into sport.
The Superhero Series, the UK’s only disability sports series for the everyday superhero, is back with a new challenge: it’s time to #FindYourPower.
Trainer giant, Nike has released the GO FlyEase which can be taken on and off completely hands-free, creating fashionable trainers with accessibility in mind.
Working in collaboration with University of Worcester and The Albion Foundation, Queen Alexandra College (QC) will deliver a unique and groundbreaking elite wheelchair basketball sport performance programme.
Glasgow based charity, Free Wheel North have teamed up with Spring Events, calling on people to get in gear as part of the Cycle 21 fundraising event to help keep vital services running.
Britain’s greatest ever Paralympic athlete, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson writes exclusively for Enable Magazine about the important work Laureus is doing.
On International Day of People with Disabilities, charity Motivation is celebrating the generous supporters who raised more than £400,000 to fund a new education and sport programme for disabled children in Uganda.
Grab your dancing shoes, Strictly Come Dancing has returned for 2020 and we’re backing TV presenter and veteran, JJ Chalmers for the coveted trophy.
The Challening MND Team have smashed the previous Guinness World Record to travel the length of the Thames in a pedalo, raising awareness of the condition.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 continues their longstanding commitment to Paralympic sport, securing rights to air the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
The organisers behind the Tokyo Paralympic Games have announced that the rescheduled Games may require specific COVID-19 measures to keep athletes safe.
The countdown for the Paralympics has been reset, and to build excitement, British Blind Sport has released a Paralympian Podcast series.