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John has now completed his 34 Olympic and Paralympic sports and his magnificent John’s Road2Rio Challenge is over. Between now and the end of the year John will be visiting as many schools as possible to tell the children all about his inspirational journey.

John is an accomplished after dinner speaker who normally charges a fee. However he will deliver a school assembly talk in consideration of expenses and a donation to the charity. If you know of a school who might like a visit from John please contact his PA Anne at: anne.zwirlein@power2inspire.org.uk

About Us

At Power2Inspire, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to participate in sport, regardless of body type, age, disability, or ethnicity. So we have created truly inclusive events we call “PowerHouse Games”, delivering adapted sports in schools, organisations, and local community groups, so that everyone can play.

These all-inclusive PowerHouse Games allow people to question their limitations, and transform their aspirations.

Interested to learn how you could support our work? Why not host an Inclusive Kilometre?

Want to find out more about us? Come and meet our team.


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Bogey, Birdy and Par – John’s Golf Day.

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2nd Annual Inclusive Badminton Festival

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A fantastic day of Inclusive badminton. Wow, what a great day. Today Power2inspire hosted its second annual Inclusive Badminton […]

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Photos on the Road2Rio

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Photos on the Road2Rio By Rachel Garratt

I first began working with Power2Inspire as part of the team running the Power […]

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Cambridge needs a place where everyone, regardless of ability, is included.
Linda Roberts, Mother of Jonnie Peacock
As a disabled sportsperson myself, I can see that the vision for the PowerHouse is just what is needed.
Rebecca Gilbertson , Paralympic swimmer
Power2Inspire looks an excellent and creative
opportunity for making sure disabled young people are fully included and feel fully included
Jane Ryder Richardson, Cambs County Council