Weʼve raised £870 to Handcycling 200 miles over December/Jan for Disability Sports struggle with funding and grants, my progress will be share via STRAVA
- Hull, UK
- Funded on Tuesday, 11th June 2019
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Handcycling 200 miles over December18/Jan19 Disability Sports struggle with funding and grants, I have had so much from sports since my motorbike accident in 1982 leaving me a T2 Para wheelchair user. You could say, and I do that sport (para ice hockey) has given me so much, increased confidence, and purpose in life when everything seem to be so dark, the light at the end of the tunnel was this sport. Since 1998 its given me so much, playing for my country, running and play for my local team Kingston Kestrels, the list of achievements are endless and will be listed at the end of this chapter. I want to be able to put something back into the club and GB, that will enable other disabled athletes to excel and reach their true potential, building their confidence and self worth, what I am going to do is handbike 200 miles throughout December, my progress will be share via STRAVA, FACEBOOK, TWITTER & INSTAGRAM, if you saw my old knackered handbike (pictures will be shown) you will know this will be no easy task. All I am asking is if you think that this is a worthy cause and you would like to help me help other achieve their potential or even just play a sport that will give them a real positive outlook, please do make a donation. All donations made will be help get equipment to enable other people to have ago at the sport &
develop grass roots - This is why we do these sponsored events 1998 - I found sledge hockey and it took me from a 'not so good place' to an 'amazing experience'
Disability Coach of the Year twice
2006 BBC Disability Sports Personality
Life Time Achievements award
2009 BBC Power to Sports award
Changing Peoples life award
Played and assistant coach to Team GB
Last year coached Kestrels won ever game to win the league
This year won the league again only dropping one point.
Help me hit my target, I will not only ride 200 miles I will personally donate £250 myself.
- 4 years ago
Simon Berry4 years ago
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Jan 13, 2019
Good luck Simon! A worthy cause!
Jan 1, 2019
Way to ge Berry, and thanks for the thrashing at tennis, that backhand of yours is a killer
Disability Sports Humber
Dec 31, 2018
As one of the leading supporters for us and promoter of inclusion and achievement for those who have disability across the region, we’d like to add to the pot!
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Dec 9, 2018
Keep on keeping on x
Dec 5, 2018
Good luck with the challenge Son, I’m sure you’ll smash it xxx
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Hi I am Simon Berry, I am coach/player Kingston Kestrels, I have played Par (slege) Ice Hockey since 1998 and represented my country with some great friends and fellow players. I am trying to give something back to the international program and my club. Kind Regards Simon