Passer-by’s at Nina Tower on Saturday were in for a bit of a shock when they saw an adrenaline junkie climbing the 300 metre structure strapped to his wheelchair.
British tennis player Francesca Jones is packing her bags for Melbourne after a staggering 6-0-6-1 win over China’s Lu Jia-jing in last week’s qualifying game for the Australian Open.
It’s not just Joe Wicks keeping youngsters active through lockdowns, a charity has just launched a series of workouts specify aimed for kids in wheelchairs.
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has said it wants to support disabled people now lockdown restrictions across England have been eased.
You make think somebody born with no arms would be snookered when it comes to potting coloured balls into table pockets, but you’d be wrong!
A man from Maitland, Florida is set to become the first person with Down syndrome to complete the Ironman triathlon.
As a child John Willis was never thrown in at the deep end.
The life-changing accident which Nathalie McGloin experienced didn’t put the brake on her passion with motor racing, in fact it accelerated it.
Under normal circumstances Team BRIT would be staging events so disabled drivers can race round tracks in cars suitable for their needs.
A young man who made a name for himself in the gaming world has been forced to retire because he has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
A 15-year-old girl from India has cycled 745 miles to help her disabled father who has been struggling through the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown.
Something tells us people don’t mock Gary Clarke’s disability, especially as he holds the title of being the UK’s first ever disabled strongman and the founder of Britain’s Disabled Strongman Competition.
If you have a disability and enjoy Yoga, boy do we have the perfect workout for you!