With the London 2012 just around the corner and anticipation building on a daily basis the public’s persona of the Paralympics is high; the organisers behind the prestigious event for disabled sportsmanship must have disability issues to heart. Or have they?
Plans are starting to be revealed to what lies in store for the Paralympics opening ceremony on Wednesday 29 August.
Last week the editor of ABLE2UK was interviewed by the guys at the Yumping website following his death defying stunt to re-launch the website back in 2010. Here’s the interview in full...
A couple of weekends ago a four-year old lad was given the opportunity to be the mascot for a Harriers football match. Sam Hunt copes with a condition called Smith-Magenis syndrome, but what exactly is this disability and why haven’t we heard much about it?
John Terry isn’t the only person to be banned from the football pitches after making an alleged prejudice remark. Back in 1999 England coach Glenn Hoddle faced a similar charge after making a shocking jibe towards people with disabilities.
It’s one of the biggest sporting events of the year. Americans even prefix a day of the week to celebrate the game and if you wish your product placement to feature in the commercial breaks a 30-second advert will set you back $3 million.