To say Britain are doing 'rather well' in the Paralympics Games is an understatement.
BBC Radio 1’s Nesta tells us why he’s going to play a game of football for twelve consecutive hours…
Ever since Pammy Anderson jogged down that Baywatch beach in slow-motion/ paused on our VHS recorder taking a surfboard to the seas has always been a pipedream. Although catching a wave can prove a tad difficult if your balance isn’t up to scratch.
In the Blue Corner is the statistic which a percentage of disabilities are a result of damage caused to the brain, either from birth or serious head injuries which can lead to long-term health conditions. In the Red Corner society is being encouraged more and more to provide inclusive services for disabled and non-disabled people.
Flyboarding. Since 2012 adrenaline junkies have been strapping a water jetpack around themselves and gliding across the water to impress sunbathers, attract attention and more importantly, experience the thrills of being launched up to the sky as water is forced under pressure through their boots.
For many, the thrill and freedom of a skiing holiday is a kind of therapy in its own right. Few experiences can inspire such giddy feelings as those associated with careering down a snowy slope, witnessing the incredible sights of ice-capped mountains and vast forests, or enjoying a little après ski in the late afternoon, and the good news is that these days, disability is no excuse not to embark upon a snowsports holiday. In fact, there are now more reasons than ever before for those with disabilities to head abroad on a ski holiday, least of all the rush that whizzing through the snow brings with it – the only problem is choosing where you’ll be heading!