Word of warning – If you spot any disabled people wandering around the streets of Grimsby don’t patronise them, don’t hassle them and whatever you do don’t take the piss as they may be members of a new local club.
‘And England have just won their first game thanks to their Josh Bryers who managed to score the winning goal in the last ninety seconds of the match’…
For some it’s game over before they even pick up a controller. But thanks to a new accessory from Microsoft shooting baddies and exploring open-worlds could become a hell of a lot easier.
Shaquem Griffin has made history becoming the first one-handed professional player in the NFL.
In July 2017 Bibian Mentel-Spee was diagnosed with cancer in her oesophagus, ribs and neck. She was told her treatment would be over by October – but there was another blow just around the corner.
We guess a few of our readers are bleary eyed staying up all night watching the Winter Paralympics or, the more sensible ones, are catching up with the games at a more sensible hour.
Team GB have already won three medals in the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics.
The 2018 Winter Paralympics have just kicked off. Today’s opening ceremony welcomed 567 athletes from 48 nations who will be competing in alpine skiing, ice sledge hockey, wheelchair curling, cross-country skiing, biathlon and snowboarding.
Thousands of us will be kick-starting the new year going on a skiing holiday, it goes without saying having a disability is no excuse for not being able to join in.
Erin Clark has already picked up a silver medal at the Spanish National Pole Sport Championships and she’s currently in training for the 2018 contest.
All runners passing the finish line deserve a round of applause, but six-year-old Mia Lennox completed the Great Scottish Run’s toddler dash event last weekend to deafening cheers.
Greg Bramwell has been hailed the World’s Strongest Disabled Man after pulling a van with his bare hands.
Most of us don’t stand a chance competing in the Paralympics but thanks to a new disability sports series anybody who fancies themselves as a failed professional athlete can sign up for a series of events over the next few months.