on reflection, Sweden was incredible. I am thankful for the work of all the Backup Trust team who worked very hard to enable the disabled participants. The ski school instructors were professionals who knew exactly what they were doing and where tactful about how to encourage.
I learnt a lot about differences in needs and there were some very interesting interactions between members of the group. I met some great people with whom I enjoyed learning and spending time.
the experience definitely opens new doors for future skiing opportunities, although hard work it is definitely possible with willing hands.although watching other people snowboard is painful, it’s still exhilarating to be speeding down the slopes.
my friends Raj and Gary are running a marathon in aid of the spinal injuries Association, please help them if you can:
As you may already know two university friends of mine, Gary Thornton and Rajiv Bose, are participating in this year’s London Marathon on April 25th. They are training hard for the event, come rain or snow!
Gary and Rajiv are running for the SIA, a wonderful charity that supports those with Spinal Injuries.
If you are interested in donating and haven’t managed to do so yet please follow this link: