Disability athletics course relaunched by college
A COLLEGE has relaunched athletics sessions for disabled people due to popular demand.
The sessions at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS) began on Sunday and will run for six weeks.
They run between 11am and midday and are open to people aged between 16 and 25 who would like to try running, jumping and throwing.
Organised by the college’s Bristol Academy of Sport, they take place at the college’s WISE Campus in Stoke Gifford.
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Participants will have the use of indoor facilities and the Kip Keino Athletics Stadium.
Andrea Lock, who is organising the sessions, said: “It's great that we are able to re-launch the Adult Disability Athletics which we used to run a few years ago alongside our juniors.
“It will now run alongside our other disability sports on Sunday mornings.
“I hope that those inspired by the Paralympics will take the opportunity to come along and give it a go.”
Anyone aged below 16 can apply to attend the Junior Academy, which runs on Monday evenings at the WISE campus.
Those interested in attending should contact Andrea by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.