Disability sport

Wellbeing & Fitness

England blind footballer and entrepreneur Azeem Amir

We speak to blind footballer and entrepreneur Azeem Amir about how he got into playing football professionally and starting his…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Para-taekwondo athlete Amy Truesdale in the spotlight

We speak to Para-taekwondo athlete Amy Truesdale who is set to debut at her first Paralympics in Tokyo as the…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Para-canoeist Emma Wiggs MBE in the spotlight

We speak to World, European and Paralympic canoeing champion Emma Wiggs ahead of her competing at Tokyo 2020.

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Travel & Holidays

Tailored Leisure: accessible breaks to boost your wellbeing

Disabled mum of two Tara tells us about her new business, Tailored Leisure, which helps disabled people find accessible breaks…

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Work & Education

Disabled basketball coach shows students that ‘anything is possible’

Despite being disabled at birth, David Solano overcame many obstacles in life and is now encouraging his students to do…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Paralympian Sophie Carrigill on how to get fit if you’re disabled

Paralympian Sophie Carrigill shares her journey to fitness and tips on how to become stronger if you're disabled, including how…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Strictly Wheels on World Championships and inspiring disabled people to dance

Strictly Wheels competed in the Para-dance sport World Championships in Germany. We speak to the dance couple Paula Moulton and…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

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…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

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…

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News

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…

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