95,000 Young New Zealander’s identify as disabled.

According to Sport New Zealand, disabled young people are under-represented in sport and active recreation.

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“I forget I have a disability”:

Understanding young peoples’ experiences in disability sport and active recreation in Aotearoa New Zealand. This week, after 3 years and 11 days, I submitted by PhD thesis to the University of Waikato. It has been an amazing journey which allowed me to follow my passion as a practitioner into the academic realm. The abstract below from…

A journey of discovery

They all say doing a PhD is a journey of discovery – both about the topic you are researching and also of yourself. I have been extremely fortunate throughout my journey to have the support of family and friends. All of whom have provided advice, guidance, motivation and enthusiasm at different stages. Many did not…

Hanging with Shuey Rhon Rhon in Beijing

I had the pleasure to represent Paralympics New Zealand at the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games in Beijing. Having missed the summer games in Tokyo this was an opportunity of a lifetime. The NZ team consisted of 3 athletes – Paralympians Adam Hall #158 and Corey Peters #188, both of whom I watched racing at the…

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