Client Stories | Disability Sport | Irwin Mitchell

David Follett

David suffered spinal injuries in a car accident. Always a keen sportsman, he's now ranked 13th in the world for para-badminton.

David's story

Wyn Jenkins

After having his leg amputated, Wyn Jenkins wanted to get back into sport. He now chairs an amputee cycling club, regularly cycling 100 mile distances.

Wyn's story

Eva

7-year-old Eva has cerebral palsy. To help with her rehabilitation, she has a pony that she rides every day, providing her with valuable psychological and physical benefits.

Eva's story

Kieran

After suffering a serious brain injury in a car accident, Kieran competed in the Invictus Games as part of the British Armed Forces team. He won a bronze in the 4 minute endurance rowing event, and a gold for the British team's overall effort.

Kieran's story

Ray

Ray Lowrie

Rowing has helped lower-leg amputee Ray to stay positive after he was injured during a training exercise with the Royal Marines.

Ray's story

Tom

Tom Kerr

Since shattering his skull in a traffic accident, Tom has surpassed the expectations of his treating team through extensive rehabilitation and returned to part-time work as a sports coach.

Tom's story

Richard

Richard Keen

Spinal injury victim Richard calls wheelchair racing "a sport that I choose for myself and which gave me a real sense of fun and achievement.”

Richard's story

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