In today’s blog, something a little different as I look to give you an insight into burnout from a sport psychology perspective. The blog was originally a piece of course for my sport psychology module in my 3rd year of my Sports Science degree. Statement of problem The case study looked at Lorenzo (Lawrence) Bruno… Continue reading Burnout in Sport
This was my 3rd tournament with the Wales wheelchair rugby league squad. Having previously competed at the 2014 Four Nations and 2015 European Championships.
In 2008, double amputee Oscar Pistorius of South Africa successfully lobbied for the right to race on carbon fiber blades in IAAF events, including the Olympic Games. Four years later he became the first amputee to run against able-bodied competition at the Olympics when he competed in the 400 meters in London. This year… Continue reading Technology Doping
Speaking from personal experience, the classification system that is place in Paralympic sport is an absolute mine field, as I competed in 3 different sport throughout my 10 years career. I could tell you why someone is in that particular classification in a sport I did, but couldn’t do the same if it was the… Continue reading Something the Paralympics are not telling you
It was an honour and privilege to be invited as an VIP to speak about my experiences of the Paralympics at the Disability Sport Wales Insport Series held on September 9th and 10th 2016.