Simon Heaps Table Tennis Marathon is complete! Read a report by Simon on how the team of 8 managed to keep themselves going for 24 hours of non-stop table tennis.
DBF and related news
Keysoe CPEDI – Emma Stevens reports on her first international Para Dressage Competition riding her home-bred horse, River.
Keysoe CPEDI – Mari Akhurst. A report by Mari on her results with Bear at this competition.
Family Sailing Experience offered by the Douglas Bader Foundation for their Bader Braves and families together with the Bristol All-Aboard Watersports Centre
Interview with Simon Heaps, Bader Grant Recipient and Wheelchair Table Tennis Player before his 24 hour fundraising Table Tennis Marathon
Scientific Research for the Limbless Community. Science and limb difference come together to exchange ideas and new research findings in the fields of Psychology, Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence
Introduction to Featured Bader Grant Recipient Emma Stevens, para dressage rider.
Does having a lower limb amputation affect your activity levels? If you fit the eligibility criteria, please take a few minutes to help Lydia with her research which could be …
Comedian Alex Brooker becomes Legs4Africa ambassador Following his successful BBC Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the organisation, comedian and TV personality Alex Brooker has joined Paralympian Julie Rogers …