Thursday 26 January 2017

Sport For All

I've been in Wakefield to meet double Paralympic gold medallist Danielle Brown who's launched a project that helps disabled children compete alongside their able-bodied classmates. Danielle - who's an Archer from Lothersdale near Skipton - became the first disabled person to represent England in an able-bodied event at the Commonwealth Games. She's now backing the 4 All Games.

Here's the report I put together on the story:

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And this is the lunch bulletin as live:

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1 comment:

  1. I thought Danielle Brown was very eloquent especially in the lunchtime broadcast, about the benefits to all the children of taking part in sport together - life skills: inclusivity working together, breaking down barriers. I hope this project succeeds.