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Adaptive rowing – Have fun on the water with equipment made for disabled people
Archery – Test your aim and strength with archery
Athletics – A lot to choose from, athletics is something you can try at clubs all over London
Badminton – Badminton is a sport that is open to all disabled people
BMX – BMX riding is an exciting way to keep fit
Boccia – a game that is accessible to all and tests your aim, Boccia is very popular
Boxing – Test your speed and aim in the ring
Canoeing – build strength and have fun on the water
Climbing – great for building strength
Cricket – one of the most popular sports in the world, cricket is a great team activity
Cycling – thanks to special equipment, cycling is open to everyone
Dancing – Dance is an activity that is available to all, and is a great way to stay in shape.
Sailing – a great way to get out on the water and take part in some really fun activities
Football – one of the most popular sports in the world, football is a good way to keep fit and have fun with your friends
Futsal – a kind of football played indoors where skill is more important than in traditional football
Goalball – for those with visual impairments, but available to everyone, the aim of goalball is to throw the ball in your opponent’s goal
Golf – test your aim and have a nice day out in the countryside
Gymnastics – A sport that teaches balance and flexibility
Handball – becoming more popular all the time, handball is a lot of fun to play with friends
Hockey – fast moving and a lot of fun, hockey is a great sport to play in a team
Ice skating – test your balance and bravery as you speed across the ice
Tennis – available to wheelchair users and non wheelchair users, tennis is lots of fun and a great way to keep fit
Indoor rowing – available to a wide range of ability levels, indoor rowing is the perfect way to build strength and fitness.
Karate – karate is a martial art that requires speed, strength and stamina.
Martial arts – martial arts are a great way to build strength, discipline and stamina – and are open to everyone.
Multi-sports – multi-sports gives you the chance to try out a range of sports to see what suits you best, and what you enjoy the most!
Netball – an incredibly popular sport throughout Great Britain, netball is similar to basketball.
Orienteering – if you have a good sense of direction, enjoy being out in the fresh air and like a challenge, then orienteering may be for you.
Para-equestrian (Horse riding) – since being created in the 1970s, para-equestrian events like dressage have spread across the globe.
Polybat – designed for competitors with learning or physical disabilities, Polybat is similar in style to table tennis.
Pool and snooker -Pool and snooker test the player’s skill.
Power-chair football – football for competitors who use powered wheelchairs.
Rambling – get out into the countryside experiencing the beautiful scenery and terrain.
Roller skating – Roller skating is a fun way to work on your balance, coordination and strength.
Sitting Volleyball – Created in the 1950s, sitting volleyball is a long established Paralympic sport and is very accessible.
Swimming – Open to men and women from every disability group, swimming is not just a great way to get fit, it’s also a lot of fun.
Table cricket – Table cricket offers the opportunity for people with disabilities the chance to play cricket.
Table Tennis – a popular Paralympic sport, table tennis is an inclusive, accessible sport that uses special equipment to suit wheelchair users
Wheelchair basketball – One of the earliest Paralympic sports, wheelchair basketball is a very popular sport that a lot of people enjoy.
Wheelchair curling – wheelchair curling is growing in popularity, now being played in 24 countries worldwide.
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