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Who we are

1 in 4 New Zealanders identify as disabled.

Our passion is giving everybody, of every ability, the opportunity to reach their full potential.

We inspire disabled people to become involved in sport and active recreation by showcasing opportunties and pathways.

We enable by making it easy to become involved and by providing funding.

And most importantly, our members achieve.

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Sports and activities

There are a wide range of sports and activities we facilitate for our members.

Youthgroup

The dsport Youth Group is for 5-18 yearolds.

Triathlon

Triathlon is a popular NZ sport and involves 3 disciplines, swimming, biking and running. You can compete in triathlon as a recreational competitive athlete, the choice is yours.

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Find out how you can help dsport fundraising by shopping online.

We have joined Rewardhub to help us fundraise.

Rewardhub lets us earn free donations every time you shop online, without costing you a cent.

All you need to do is go to Rewardhub and search for dsport, register and then start shopping online. 

There's over 100+ brands available as well as discounts and special offers.

The brand makes a donation to dsport at no cost to you.

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Parenting the next Sophie Pascoe or Liam Malone

Blasting onto the world stage at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, Liam Malone took New Zealand sport by storm.  A relative unknown, he excelled at the highest level and became a household name. Sophie Pascoe, already a well-known disabled athlete within Paralympian swimming, is now recognised as one of New Zealand’s best known and successful athletes.

So what has set them apart?  The most obvious answer for many is that they are Paralympians, disabled, and therefore different.

However, it’s not that simple.

Read more https://balanceisbetter.org.nz/parenting-the-next-sophie-pascoe-or-liam-malone-disabled-athletes/

 

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Erin Knox wins Disabled Swimmer of the Year

Congratulations to Erin Knox who was named Disabled Swimmer of the Year for Wellington Swimming at last week's awards ceremony.

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