Phase One of The Tri-Ultra Challenge

By |October 21st, 2015|

Hi my name is Steve and I work with the Power2Inspire team.

My work involves assisting Kate with the planning of the Power House Games and, as a sports coach, being responsible for much of the delivery. I’m also helping John with his Road2Rio challenge. Over the last few months I’ve been going along with John […]

Road2Rio Training Session

By |September 24th, 2015|

When the Power2Inspire team set me the task of completing as many of the 62 summer Olympic and Paralympic sports as I can before Rio 2016, I knew it was going to be a difficult challenge. There are so many factors to take into account! First though, it is vital that we condition my body, […]

Job Opportunity: Social Enterprise Leadership Intern

By |August 19th, 2015|

Power2Inspire is recruiting!

For the past year Connor, a young graduate, has been working with us to create and shape the direction of Power2Inspire, give support to the team and train in social enterprise leadership and charity management.

Connor’s 12 months is up and he is moving on to a large NGO, determined to continue making social […]

The Cambridge Triathlon is approaching!

By |July 27th, 2015|

The Power2Inspire mixed ability team is gearing up to compete in the Cambridge Triathlon this Sunday.  I am swimming the 1500m, Connor cycling the 40k and Rebecca wheeling the run of 10k in her wheelchair.
With one week to go before my big swim I am happy with my performances. Despite three days off last weekend […]

Power2Inspire has a new website!

By |April 9th, 2015|

It’s been a long time coming, but Power2Inspire has got a new website!

Have a look around and make yourself at home, it’s packed full of content and will be updated with lots more over the coming months.

We’ve got a lot planned this year, what with the Festival of Inclusive Golf on the 15th May, more […]

Innovation, Caring, Excellence and some ICE-cool kids!

By |March 6th, 2015|

This week I was presented with a bookstand.  This was no ordinary bookstand.  Two young men – Jonny Woods and Rei Chin, from Dean Close School, had made it specially for me.  Here it is:

The story started a year ago.  I went to Dean Close, in Cheltenham, to swim one of the 50 1km swims […]