£1,680raised of £1,650 target by 10 supporters

Weʼre raising £1,650 to Help me play Sledge Hockey at the World Championships in Japan.

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I am raising money so that I have the chance to play Sledge Hockey for Great Britain in the upcoming world Championships in Japan.

I have been an international athlete for 15 years. Even competing at a Paralympic Games for Great Britain in the winter games of 2006. Sledge Hockey has always been my sport.

Over the years we have had to raise money to allow us to go to various tournaments, because even though we are representing GB there is no funding for the team. Which is what brings me here.

I am trying to raise the money for the flights and entry fee for the upcoming tournament. Which will start the Paralympic Qualification process for the Great Britain team. Which I am hugely proud to be a part of.

Any support you can give would be greatly received so I can fulfil my dreams of competing for my country.

The tournament in Japan starts on November 28th until December 3rd.

Unlike some sports where this is government or lottery funding. Sledge Hockey does not enjoy the same support. So it is down to players to raise the money needed to get to various tournaments.

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    • Anonymous


      Nov 22, 2016

      Hi Gary Just a little something from us all to help you on your way to Japan Xx

    • Anonymous


      Nov 20, 2016

    • Richard Robinson

      Richard Robinson

      Nov 19, 2016

      As promised mate now give them hell for us.


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    Gary Farmer

    Gary Farmer

    I have played international sledge hockey for a number of years. Including being part of the last team to go to a Paralympics in 2006. It is a great honour to play for my country.

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