Sport

We speak to six-time Paralympic champion Stephen Miller

Find out what keeps successful Paralympian Stephen Miller motivated, his charity SMILE Through Sport and his involvement in the inclusive sporting event Superhero Series.

Pharmacy2U review: the smart way to get repeat prescriptions

Do you struggle to get keep up with your repeat prescriptions and to get out to your GP or pharmacy? Then the Pharmacy2U app might be for you. Read our Pharmacy2U review to find out what we thought.

Why wheelchair fencing could be the sport for you

Have you ever considered wheelchair fencing? Karen, who has Cerebral Palsy, didn’t think it would be right for her but has discovered she loves it. Find out more about wheelchair fencing to see whether it’s right for you.

Festival of Inclusive Tennis 2019 – come along, join in and have fun

Festival of Inclusive Tennis 2019 takes place on Saturday 20th July at Cambridge University Sport Centre – inclusive for everyone of all ages and abilities.

UK’s first wheelchair user to qualify a swimming teacher and lifeguard

Find out how disabled swimmer Helen Bull trained to become the UK’s first wheelchair user as a swimming teacher and lifeguard.

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One third of disabled people in UK cities would like to start cycling

New report highlights disabled people in urban areas are neglected when it comes to cycling, despite the desire to. Better representation in transport planning, dedicated space for cycling, and access to adapted cycles are key to inclusive cycling.

Para-athletics: from becoming a para-athlete to facing its challenges

Para-athlete Victoria Baskett, who has a clubfoot, never expected to get into para-athletics. In fact, she didn’t see herself as having a disability. She now wants to change para-athletics for other disabled people.

Accessible adventures – no matter what your disability

Thought you couldn’t take part in adventure sports, such as climbing or rally driving, because of your disability? Think again. Find out all the different ways in which you can access adventure – no matter what your disability.

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The world’s first Paralympic Heritage Centre is now open

Discover the history of the Paralympics at the new Paralympic Heritage Centre, open in Stoke Mandaville, the birthplace of the Paralympic movement. The exhibition is completely accessible to all.

5 ways to get fit and stay healthy if you’re disabled

Exercise has a lot of benefits, particularly if you’re disabled. But fitness goals can be hard to keep. Follow these 5 ways to get fit and stay healthy if you’re disabled, including exercises for disabled people.