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Aaron Dragwidge is the Disability Engagement Specialist with Cricket Australia. Aaron has been busy transforming Cricket’s approach to the inclusion of people with disability. Continue Reading TIC31: Aaron Dragwidge
Katrina Porter is a Paralympic champion, having competed in swimming backstroke for Australia at three Paralympic Games and three World Championships. She now works in Perth, her home town, in sport development. Continue Reading TIC30: Katrina Porter
Alison is a multiple Paralympian – having been a crucial part of the most successful era of wheelchair basketball in Australia. She is passionate about inclusion and now works in sport development. Continue Reading TIC29: Alison Mosely
Jeremy has worked for 15 years with one of the most dynamic, inclusive and progressive sport and recreation organisations in Australia – Gold Coast Recreation and Sport. He is experienced, very knowledgeable and a leader in his field. Continue Reading TIC 28: Jeremy Smith
Dr Yves Vanlandewijck is one of the worlds leading authorities in disability sport. He is a researcher, an academic and a practitioner all rolled into one. He has many areas of expertise but particularly as a leader in classification. Continue Reading TIC27: Dr Yves Vanlandewijck
Pat is the founder and a key driving force behind one of the worlds leading agencies promoting and educating about inclusive sport – The CARA Adapted Physical Activity Centre in Ireland. He’s made a massive difference – not just in Ireland – but across the world. Continue Reading TIC26: Pat Flanagan
Heike Tiemann is a Professor, teacher and a true advocate and practitioner for inclusive physical education in Germany. She’s experienced, passionate and well travelled. Continue Reading TIC TALK 25: Heike Tiemann
Dr Marty Block is one of the leading authorities in inclusive physical education in the world. He is widely published and currently President of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity. We caught up with Marty at EUCAPA in 2014.
Continue Reading TIC24: Dr Marty Block
Kathy Tessier and Leanne Carlon are both complete legends in the inclusive sporting landscape in Australia. They are connectors, they are passionate advocates, they are leaders and they know their stuff. Listen and learn in this fun podcast. Continue Reading TIC23: Kathy Tessier and Leanne Carlon
Doug Williamson is a founder, creator and inspiration behind Sports Ability, an inclusive games program that is delivered across the world. Sports Ability is innovative, unique and the brain child of Doug Williamson. Continue Reading TIC22: Doug Williamson
Barry Horne is Chief Executive of the English Federation of Disability Sport. EFDS have been leading the charge towards creating more opportunities for people with disability to participate and excel in sport. Continue Reading TIC21: Barry Horne
Matt is the founder and driving force behind New Jersey All People Equal. NJAPE are making a significant difference around New Jersey with lots to learn from their passion and expertise. Matt runs a thoughtful, innovative and professional group.
Continue Reading TIC20: Matt Schinelli
Sue Campbell is one of the UK’s most influential sports administrators. She is currently Chair of the Youth Sport Trust. In a relaxed chat, Ken asked Sue about her support of, and continuing interest in, inclusive sport. Continue Reading TIC19: Baroness Sue Campbell
Peter Curruthers is a former Paralympic athlete who now runs a successful wheelchair development business in Leicester. An entertaining and fascinating discussion with a veteran Paralympic athlete.
Continue Reading TIC17: Peter Curruthers
Les Bee has a vast amount of experience as an educator, coach, administrator and advocate for sport, particularly football. He’s an innovator and a committed practitioner for inclusion and, for that matter, the rights of anyone to enjoy football. Continue Reading TIC16: Les Bee
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