2016Pajulahiti Games, Sitting Volleyball - GB, 6th
2016National Championships, Grand Prix - Sitting Volleyball - East London Lynx, 1st
2016Sitting Volleyball Cup, Cup - East London Lynx, 1st
2016Medway Games, Sitting Volleyball - GB, 3rd
2016Siemens Cup, Hamburg, Sitting Volleyball - East London Lynx, 4th
2016Germany Comp, Sitting Volleyball - GB, 7th
2016Copenhagen Sit Cup , Sitting Volleyball - East London Lynx , 2nd
2015Stoke Mandeville International , Sitting Volleyball, 3rd
2015Copenhagen Cup, Sitting Volleyball, 2nd
2012Paralympics, Sitting Volleyball, 8
2014World Championship, Sitting Volleyball, 11th
2014National Granprix, Sitting Volleyball, 2nd
2014Pajulahti Games, Sitting Volleyball, 3rd
Following my accident I wanted to get back involved in a sport that I could still play competitively, and a friend introduced me Volleyball for fun and it quickly became apparent that I would not be able to play due to my disability. They recommend Sitting volleyball and I have never looked back.
One Club training session and two - three weights/cardio sessions, two to three core sessions. We also have National league games or GB training for one full day at the weekend twice a month. I also work 4 days a week for the NHS and run my own private Practice one day a week.
I love the thrill of the game and it's a sport you can grow into, and always improve your skills technically.
I feel like this changes every year, depending on what sports I am watching. However I think anyone who gets out there and plays or exercises on a dark week day night is a sporting hero.
Read, socialise with friends and family, go for walks.
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