featuredThe British Wheelchair Athletic Association gives wheelchair users the opportunity to get involved with seated throwing. Some of the British Wheelchair athletes take part in athletics as a hobby and others aim to take part in major international competitions such as the Paralympics.

Since 1984, no major international sporting event involving wheelchair athletes has taken place without representatives of the BWAA playing a part.

We are always looking to grow our membership and introduce athletics to new people, to do this we need to make sure we have enough good quality equipment available for anyone who wants to come to our training weekends. Anytime Leisure has helped make this possible by donating 10 training discus for our athletes to use during their training weekends at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. - Hollie Lucas, BWAA


Above is one of the BWAA Athletes, Sebastian Trezise. Seb has Spina Bifida and In his 10 years throwing has competed in many national and international competitions. He is working very hard at the moment on his Discus throwing and he hopes to get to the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.

We are all very grateful to Anytime Leisure for donating us the discus, they have already come in very useful in allowing more athletes to train together indoor and not just having 1 discus each to use! - Seb

In the Great Britain jacket (below) with Seb is Robin Womack, who got a Bronze Medal in the 2012 London Paralympics. Robin is helping coach Seb working on his throwing technique.