25 + years of experience
FAQ/ What people say
“I’m not a sports fanatic or anything, but there really is no better way to build a life worth living after paralysis. I can tell you that from the heart.”
Welcome To Sportability
The world of Sportability sees people getting out of their wheelchairs, off their crutches and sticks and into canoes, gliders, microlights or sailing boats.
Whether quadbikiing or BloKart sailing, shooting shotguns, air rifles and pistols, or bows and crossbows, it’s about turning their back on ‘disability’ and JUST DOING IT!
Activities by region
- Fantastic Fundraiser by Karen for Sportability- CHALLENGE COMPLETED – WOW! Karen Ratcliffe has seen how the Sportability experience has helped her Mum and others with MS, Stroke, SCI etc., and decided to take on her own amazing challenge to help fundraise: the Snowdon Marathon! Please follow the link and give generously to help more people to take the ‘dis’ out of disability. A Huge Thank you to Karen, from the Sportability Family
- Our Champion Patron – A Quick Update- Courageous Trish proves “nothing is Impossible” Our Patron, Trish Deykin is in the news! The 2018 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards saw our very own Trish receive The Helen Rollason Award for Inspiration. Trish is the current Triathlon European Champion, and has been for last two years. She is also a former World Champion. Trish, who has MS, says “nothing is impossible.”
- GDPR is Here – Take Action Now!- Just a quick post to remind you that if you were on the Sportability mailing list before 25th May 2018 and did not respond to our bulletins giving Sportability your consent to keep your details on our list, we cannot send you any more emails. Please respond to that bulletin or sign up again using the online form. We don’t want to lose you – Take Action Now! Thanks The Sportability Team
- Annual Fundraiser with Jane- Once again, Jane Mackenzie, our wonderful Area Organiser, has raised over £650 for Sportability. Jane held her annual coffee morning in October and as you can see from the picture there were cakes galore! Thank you Jane.