Burdekin, McCarroll and Phillipson hang up their rackets

THREE of the UK’s top wheelchair tennis players are retiring from the elite level of the sport. Jamie Burdekin, Marc McCarroll and David Phillipson have all decided to bow out on a high after representing ParalympicsGB in Rio last year.

Marathon runners raise £200,000 for Leonard Cheshire

LONDON marathon runners are set to have raised a staggering £200,000 for disabled people in the UK and overseas through their support of leading charity Leonard Cheshire Disability.

It’s the end of the road at Coed y Brenin . . .

THE Challenge your Boundaries adaptive bike facility, based at Coed y Brenin trail in Snowdonia, has closed following a decision by Snowdon National Park to move two of the three project bikes to Plas Menai, near Caernarfon, where they will form part of the Gwynedd Accessible Cycling Hub.

Owzat! Lord’s Taverners to help more disabled young people

LEADING youth cricket and disability sports charity Lord’s Taverners has announced ambitious plans to help greater numbers of disabled young people.

Are YOU up for a 100mph Snowdonia zip-wire ride?

CALLING all you thrill-seekers. Here’s your chance to ‘fly’ through the mountains at speeds of up to 100mph – and help a charity that...

Dr Nick elected as chair of British Paralympic Association

Dr NICK WEBBORN has been elected chair of the British Paralympic Association, taking over from Tim Reddish, who stepped down from the role at the end of his two-term tenure.

England boss backs grants scheme for disabled teams

ENGLAND soccer boss Gareth Southgate and Liverpool Paralympian footballer Roy Turnham and are urging football clubs to apply for grants worth up to £1,500 to get more disabled people playing the game.

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