A member of the Aspire fitness team becomes the first disabled person in the UK to qualify as a Schwinn Indoor Cycling Instructor, proving once again that the Aspire National Training Centre based in Stanmore and home to one of the UK’s leading spinal injury charities, Aspire, is a pioneer of inclusive fitness.
A week after reaching the final of the Wimbledon Women's Wheelchair Doubles, British No 1 Lucy Shuker and Australia's Daniela di Toro have gone one better at the Trofeo della Mole in Turin, Italy, easing to victory in the women's doubles title at the ITF 2 Series event.
Deloitte have been awarded Best Corporate Social Responsibility in Sport at the 2009 Beyond Sports Awards. This is in recognition of their commitment to improve the provision of disability sport and leave a sustainable legacy post 2012 through the Deloitte Disability Sport Programme which they partner with ParalympicsGB on via Parasport.
Stoke Mandeville Stadium were proud hosts of this years Wheelchair Rugby National Championships, which were the biggest Championships with nine teams attending from all over the country.
Everyone’s favourite superheroes are gearing up to take part in the cycling event of the year, the third annual cycle ride challenge for leading spinal injury charity Aspire and they are calling for you to join them.
Korie Homan and Esther Vergeer of the Netherlands secured victory in the inaugural Wimbledon Wheelchair Doubles final on Sunday, while Frenchmen Stephane Houdet and Michael Jeremiasz made it a good day for top seeds after edging a thrilling Men’s Wheelchair Doubles final to conclude the action on Court 4 at The Championships, 2009.