Inspiring and supporting young people seriously injured through sport

AARON MORGAN

My name is Aaron and I started schoolboy motocross when I was 7 years old. I was very successful at the sport, accumulating 72 trophies in the 8 years I competed for as well as playing rugby and football with my friends. In 2006 I was left paralysed following an accident on my motocross bike. Following my injury I was very keen to continue with my life, returning to college and I began playing wheelchair tennis. After leaving college I went to Brunel University to study sports science and unfortunately my uni work meant my opportunities to play tennis were limited.

During my first year at university I was very fortunate to be offered a sponsorship to compete in a race car. Part of this meant that I would need to gain a National B racing license from the Motor sport association. When I was awarded this license in 2009 I became the youngest ever disabled person to achieve this. I have been racing in the Production BMW Championship for the past 4 years and am the only disabled driver.

I attended the Paralympic hand cycling in 2012 at Brands Hatch, a circuit I have raced on many times myself. It was here that I saw Alex Zanardi read more...

AARON MORGAN

My name is Aaron and I started schoolboy motocross when I was 7 years old....

KIERAN FLYNN

Kieran was injured in 2013 whilst playing in a pre-season game for Nantwich Rugby at age 21. A freak…...

HENRY FRASER

Henry is a very talented teenager who had an accident in 2009 whilst on holiday with his friends....

BRET CROSSLEY

I’m Bret Crossley, I’m 39 years old and live in Leeds. I was a successful motorcycle racer...