Tag "Disability sport"

Q&A with Paralympic swimmer Hannah Russell

16-year-old ParalympicsGB swimmer Hannah Russell, who won three medals at the Paralympic Games 2012, already has her sights set on the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. She takes some time out

Doing Sport Differently: a guide to disability sport and exercise

The word legacy has been a key part of the Olympics and Paralympics with the hope that the Games will ‘inspire a generation’ and motivate people to take part in

Light the flame! A song with a legacy

Getting kids to participate in disability sport is one of the key aims of London 2012 and the Paralympic Games. To achieve this goal, X-Factor runner up Andy Abraham, and

iDID Adventure in the extreme with a disability

Susanne Rees, founder of iDID Adventure shares her experiences in coming to terms with an acquired disability and breaking down barriers to improve health and well-being amongst people with disabilities.

Accessible sailing with Rudyard Sailability

Imagine this: You are a charity that has been going for nine years. You provide sailing opportunities for disabled people across the Midlands. Many of your volunteers are themselves disabled…

If it hurts, you are still alive!

New DH contributor, Zec Richardson, shares this fascinating article about his new found passion for kayaking! I suddenly find myself at the age of 44 and disabled and it all

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