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!
The football results are in…And the season hasn’t kicked off yet!
Clint Session’s sporting career came to an abrupt end in 2011. After signing a $30 million five-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars he suffered multiple concussions during one of his first games. In December 2012 he resigned from the NFL.
The image above shows the horrific outcome after a man was driving on the wrong side of the road when he raced down the A46 in Lincolnshire in December 2013.
Disabled Australian Athlete born with No Legs is denied a Companion Card because she uses a Skateboard to move around
Paralympian Tracey Barrell has an incredible track record. The single mother-of-two from Australia won two gold medals in Barcelona in 1992 in the Women’s 4X50 metre freestyle and the Women’s 50 metre Butterfly.
The parents of Reeva Steenkamp believe releasing Oscar Pistorius ten months after he killed their daughter is "not enough for taking a life".
BBC football pundit Phil Neville’s partner, Julie has spoken out after her husband’s Twitter account was bombarded by trolls targeting the couple’s disabled daughter.
The list of prosecutions against Manchester United and their lack of commitment for their disabled fans has seen a series of Red Cards being held in front of their faces.
Sixteen-year-old Kayleigh Haggo from Maybole, Ayrshire is keen to become a professional athlete. Her disability isn’t stopping her to for fill her potential – it’s the changes to the disability benefits system.
Football is in crisis. Adidas, Visa and Coco-Cola are among the sponsors expressing their concerns over FIFA opening their annual congress following the arrests of senior officials on corruption charges.
In 1980 musician Frank Barham was involved in a serious car accident, the collision left him paralysed in both legs.
Football fans stay loyal to their teams. If Southampton lets in a goal then the Saints are bound to pull one back aren’t they? Dan Gosling misses the post...Obetan is bound to take a decent penalty. Even the most sceptical fan forgives a player for their occasional mistakes on the field.