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2016 Paralympic medal winners, supported by Pace

Andy Lewis (Gold - ParaTriathlon), Jozef Metelka (2 Gold & 1 Silver - Paracycling), Lauren Steadman (Silver Paratriathlon) & Colin Lynch (Silver - Paracycling)

Congratulations Paralympics GB!

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Ever wondered what parasport is or how to get involved? Inspired by the recent inclusion of badminton in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, UWBC will be holding its first Para-Badminton Day open to everyone at Warwick and the general public. We welcome people of all abilities to take part - whether you have a physical impairment or are fully able bodied, everyone will be on a level playing field, as they grace the courts on wheelchairs, for a jam-packed day of action and adventure! The day will be composed of: Morning (10:30 - 13:00) - wheelchair badminton taster session Afternoon (13:00 - 14:30) - pro-para-badminton demonstration featuring talent from the national team and the chance to challenge the pros Evening (14:30 - 17:00) - para-badminton tournament, open to everyone Sharing the mantra of the Badminton World Federation, we believe badminton is a sport for all, accessible for boys and girls, men and women and for people with a physical impairment. Whatever your ability, whether you're an expert at badminton or not, come and drop by for what it is cracked up to be a fun day for all! The event will be raising money for the charity WheelPower, which is dedicated to providing opportunities for disabled people to find a sport they enjoy and introduce people to wheelchair sport. Donations upon entry will be broadly welcomed, as for the day, attendees will have access to wheelchairs, members of the National Para-Badminton Team, refreshments as well as entry in the tournament. Feel free to drop by at any of the ongoing sessions during the day - all are welcome! We hope to see many members and new faces! Your UWBC Exec

Para-Badminton Day 2017

February 5, 2017, 9:30am - February 5, 2017, 12:00pm

Main Hall, Warwick Sport, University of Warwick, University Road, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Ever wondered what parasport is or how to get involved? Inspired by the recent inclusion of badminton in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, UWBC will be holding its first Para-Badminton Day open to everyone at Warwick and the general public. We welcome people of all abilities to take part - whether you have a physical impairment or are fully able bodied, everyone will be on a level playing field, as they grace the courts on wheelchairs, for a jam-packed day of action and adventure! The day will be composed of: Morning (10:30 - 13:00) - wheelchair badminton taster session Afternoon (13:00 - 14:30) - pro-para-badminton demonstration featuring talent from the national team and the chance to challenge the pros Evening (14:30 - 17:00) - para-badminton tournament, open to everyone Sharing the mantra of the Badminton World Federation, we believe badminton is a sport for all, accessible for boys and girls, men and women and for people with a physical impairment. Whatever your ability, whether you're an expert at badminton or not, come and drop by for what it is cracked up to be a fun day for all! The event will be raising money for the charity WheelPower, which is dedicated to providing opportunities for disabled people to find a sport they enjoy and introduce people to wheelchair sport. Donations upon entry will be broadly welcomed, as for the day, attendees will have access to wheelchairs, members of the National Para-Badminton Team, refreshments as well as entry in the tournament. Feel free to drop by at any of the ongoing sessions during the day - all are welcome! We hope to see many members and new faces! Your UWBC Exec

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What others say about us

 

“One of the things I really appreciate about Pace is that all of us patients are regarded as individuals and the staff remember us.”

Carol HooperLower limb amputee

“I wanted to say thank you for the two cracking legs you’ve provided me with! You’ve continued to set your own bar really high, which I am hugely appreciative of!”

Bobby Griffin Lower limb amputee

“Your reassurance and advice that we are where we should be with Sue’s rehab was just what we needed to hear and I can’t describe how this lifted Sue’s spirits.”

Barnett FamilyLower limb amputee

“We have instructed Pace on many occasions and our clients have been delighted by how their expertise and dedication have helped towards a return to an active lifestyle.”

NewLaw SolicitorsPersonal injury solicitors

“I asked for comfort and you have certainly given me that, more than I’d hoped for in fact. The fit is so good that I feel it is part of me, it moves with me instead of against me. Because it fits so well, it feels so much lighter.”

Pam McGeechanUpper limb amputee

“Pace has supported many of my clients during their rehabilitation journey, providing a bespoke, interdisciplinary service. Their professional approach, service level, attention to detail and ability to tailor their work to meet individual need is exceptional.”

Rehab PotentialCase management company

“We instruct Pace Rehabilitation to support many of our military clients following catastrophic injuries such as spinal injuries and amputations. Pace Rehabilitation’s service level is excellent and their understanding of our clients needs is exceptional.”

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