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“Learn her name…” – Things that you read on social media…

    Last night I was happily scrolling through my social media pages, when up popped a shared article on one of the coaching groups. It...

Alison O’Riordan – Interview

  Alison O’Riordan is a British Athletics Level 3 and an Athletics Australia Level 5 (Master) coach with a background in biomechanics and education. Having...

PARALYMPIC COACH PROFILE; Louise Sauvage (Athletics – Australia)

    Sauvage is often regarded as the most renowned disabled sportswoman in Australia. She won two gold medals and a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Paralympic games...

EXCLUSIVE – Sheryl Swoopes interview as she is inducted into the Basketball Hall of...

Sheryl Swoopes is one of the most celebrated and decorated women's basketball players of all time, being the first player to be signed in the...

PARALYMPIC COACH PROFILE; Paula Dunn (Track & Field – GB)

  Paula Dunn  is an English former sprinter who competed in the 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 x 100 metres relay. She represented Great Britain in all three events at the 1988...

PARALYMPIC PROFILE; Chantal Petitclerc (Chef de Mission – Canada)

Chantal Petitclerc, CC, CQ, MSM  is a Canadian wheelchair racer and a Senator from Quebec. At the age of 13, Petitclerc lost the use of both legs in an accident when at a friend's farm,...

PARALYMPIC COACH PROFILE: Rikki Bingham (Archery – GB)

  Rikki Bingham became a Compound Archery Coach with the GB Paralympic Squad in 2014 after a successful career as an archer herself.  With World...

PARALYMPIC COACH PROFILE; Patience Igbiti (Powerlifting – Nigeria)

Patience Igbiti is the only female coach in a team of 6 coaches and 23 athletes from Team Nigeria at this years Paralympic Games...

PARALYMPIC COACH PROFILE: Stephanie Wheeler (Wheelchair Basketball – USA)

  Stephanie Wheeler has established herself as a mainstay on the U.S. Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team. Entering Beijing, Wheeler was one of a handful of...

The IPC and the Paralympics are just an un-equal as the rest of them…

As with most major sporting organisations, the IPC aims to increase the number of women sitting on its boards and to encourage its National...
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