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Welcome to our #cando blog. Here you can keep up to date with our athletes' journeys and see what activities our staff are getting involved in. 

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Lunch & learn with Luke Sinnott
19 November 2019

One of our #cando heroes, Luke Sinnott, recently visited our London office for a lunch & learn with members of staff to tell us about his journey from a Captain in the British Army to Paralympic Athlete.

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#Cando athlete | David Smith
27 August 2019

I love Boccia. I really like the competitive element of the sport as it’s very physically demanding and intense; something that’s not realised by people watching from the side lines.

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#Cando athlete | Luke Sinnott
27 August 2019

When you have a disability, you need to look for a sport that works for and compliments your disability as well as your passions.

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#Cando athlete | Richard Chiassario
27 August 2019

When I was younger, all I wanted to do was play football with my friends. Unfortunately, this was rather difficult because I was in a wheelchair and schools were not as inclusive as they are now. So, I turned to wheelchair basketball.

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Richard Chiassaro visits Guernsey
24 July 2019

One of our #cando athletes, Richard Chiassaro, recently visited our Guernsey office to host a wheelchair basketball tournament for our locally based staff. 

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#cando athlete | Mel Clarke
13 June 2019

One of our #cando athletes is Mel Clarke, para-archer, Paralympian, European champion and World champion. We had a Q&A with Mel to find out a little more about her, her story and sport.

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