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RaceRunning Taster session comes to Nottingham

Cerebral Palsy Sport are very pleased to be hosting a RaceRunning taster session on Sunday 8th October 10am- 12pm at the Harvey Hadden Sports Complex Nottingham NG8 4PB. This session is suitable for children or adults with cerebral Palsy or a physical disability who want to try RaceRunning for the first time. Equipment will be […]

RaceRunner Classification offered at CP Sport Training Day

RaceRunner classification will be offered for the first time in England at the Cerebral Palsy Training Camp on Sunday 8th October in Nottingham. Classification The term “classification”, refers to the process by which Athletes are assessed by reference to the impact of impairment on performance. It is intended to provide a framework for fair Competition […]

Broxbourne Borough Cerebral Palsy FC granted charity status

Broxbourne Borough Cerebral Football Club in Hertfordshire has now been in existence for over 2 years and have just been granted charity status. Following on from the KickStart event with Cerebral Palsy Sport in April 2015, the club have gone from strength to strength. They now have 25 children,  both ambulant and frame football,  and […]

Para Athletics Inspiration Days

Throughout the summer, England Athletics Inspiration Clubs will be providing opportunities for disabled people to try athletics at their Inspiration Para Athletics Days. Inspired by the summer of sport and catering for all impairments, these days will provide a great introduction into para athletics for anyone wanting to try the sports for the first time […]

Swim Wales Galas announced as part of Operation Tokyo 2020

The Swim Wales Development Galas are an introduction to competition for new or beginner swimmers in an informal and fun environment. The galas will take place a designated venues, with both heats and final races being available. Swim Wales Disability Swimming Development Galas are for swimmers who are yet to gain a classification into Para-Swimming. […]

Tennis Foundation launch Push2Podium talent ID programme

This August the Tennis Foundation have launched their Wheelchair Tennis Talent ID Programme, Push2Podium. The programme aims to get new players trying wheelchair tennis and to grow the talent pool of the sport. The Tennis Foundation are encouraging people with a physical disability to attend one of ten free wheelchair tennis festivals hosted across the country. […]

Finals for Brits at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

It was another fantastic week of tennis in Nottingham. The British Open featured the world’s best wheelchair tennis players, and the British athletes didn’t disappoint. Great Britain’s Lucy Shuker partnered Stephane Houdet of France to claim the Mixed Doubles title in a hard fought match.  There was another British player on the opposite side of […]