ALL ABOUT PANATHLON CHALLENGE
Much independent research has proven the massive impact Panathlon has had and continues to have on young people's lives. Panathlon has featured in the national media including Sky Sports, BBC TV, the Daily Telegraph and Independent, and many stories in local and regional press.
The Panathlon Foundation, the charity that organises the Panathlon Challenge, now concentrates on delivering opportunities for severely disabled young people across the country.
Working with partners such as the St. James's Place Foundation and the Jack Petchey Foundation, Panathlon is able to offer free training courses, specialist equipment supply, coaching funds and multi-sport competitions, in various cities around the country. We have more demand than we can supply, so are always searching for more donations to our charity, in order for us to deliver more of this much needed work.
Around 3,000 young disabled people in different sports with a range of abilities will compete in various locations around the country in 2013. 40 multi-sport competitions will take place during the year with new exciting events being added all the time.
Olympic Stadium and Panathlon...In April 2012, in an official London 2012 test event in front of 23,000 people, Panathlon held the first disability race on the Olympic track. As part of Gold Challenge, 20 Panathletes with a range of abilities raced on the track months before the likes of David Weir and Mo Farrah - see our film here -
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