In partnership with RGK, Hull Stingrays Elite League Ice Hockey team and the British Inline Puck Hockey Association, the British Sledge Hockey Association (BSHA) is proud to announce the world launch of Inline Sledge Hockey at Lord Roberts Centre, Bisley Camp, Woking, Surrey.
Andrew Lapthorne, John Parfitt and Jordanne Whiley ended a highly successful 2009 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour for British players on Saturday, lifting three titles between them at the Prague Cup Czech Indoor, the last ITF 3 Series event of the year.
With time ticking down until the Opening Ceremony begins, athletes with an impairment have never had a better chance to put themselves forward for a once in a lifetime opportunity to enter the Olympic Stadium at Stratford as part of the ParalympicsGB team.
Philip Prince was born with one ear and a jaw defect. A 17-year-old jockey who was born with one ear made his debut on the flat at Wolverhampton on Monday.
Swimmers at the Nationwide Short Course Swimming Championships in Sheffield showed why they are amongst the world’s best. Twelve World, twenty two European and numerous British records* fell at this weekend’s competition organised by Disability Sport Events.
The national organisation for higher education sport in the UK – British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) – today announced the appointment of Dave Padgen, as the charity’s first national Disability Sports Officer.