Inspiring and supporting young people seriously injured through sport

A Paralympic 100m & 200m sprinter for Great Britain & Northern Ireland, who made his international debut at the London 2012 Paralympic Games. Sam suffers from cerebral palsy, specifically spastic diplegia, which affects balance, coordination and flexibility in various muscles around the legs and hips. He was a keen sportsman at school, often playing football, basketball and rugby. At Loughborough University he played American football, and was subsequently spotted by Charnwood AC Lead Sprints coach, Joe McDonnell who guided him through his first disability athletics season, towards the London 2012 Games.

And a bit about Hambo's Foundation..

'I've worked alongside Matt, as we are both Ambassadors for the School Games in Leicestershire and Rutland. It's a pleasure to represent his Foundation, as a similar organisation that facilitates greater access to sport, regardless of a partcipant's ability. I truly believe sport is accessible for all and the Foundation works hard to ensure that.'

Jim Hamilton

Jim is a back-to-back winner of the European Trophy and Aviva Premiership winner with Saracens...

Andy Goode

he all-time leading points scorer in the Aviva Premiership enjoyed a career in professional...

Dan Cole

The straight-talking prop for Leicester Tigers has been a big supporter of the Foundation for years …...

Danny Cipriani

Cipriani has been a professional rugby player since 2006 playing in 199 games as a fly-half and full…...