Newcastle Achondroplasia Symposium

Newcastle Achondroplasia Symposium Dr Michael Wright has invited all DSAuk members to the First Newcastle Achondroplasia Symposium This event is being hosted jointly by Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals, Newcastle University, the Evelina

Parabadminton Weekend in Liverpool

The Merseyside Parabadminton Champs has something for everyone, a perfect chance to try out your first Parabadminton event. The event will be held at Greenbank Sports Academy in Liverpool over the weekend

Para-Badminton at Loughborough

Over the weekend of the 27th June to the 29th June DSA members and dwarf players from all over the world will be competing in the first England International Para-badminton Tournament ever

Penny & Arthur OBE

The Dwarf Sports Association are proud to announce that its Chair Penny Dean and its President Arthur Dean have each been awarded an `O.B.E` in the Queens Birthday Honours List today. They

DSAuk works to help make cycling more accessible for dwarves!

DSAuk works to help make cycling more accessible for people with dwarfism DSAuk is working in partnership with 'Cycling Projects' to aim to make cycling more accessible for people with dwarfism.  

Jack Shephard D.S.A

Jack Shephard Does Something Amazing On Sunday 1st June I entered the Sheffield performance centre Badminton Tournament. I partnered up with Sam Smith in the men's doubles tournament. I was the only

Day Seven Steve Scott

A short ride compared to most this week - a mere trifle of 50 miles, though the geography managed to put a few 10%'rs in. Hills that is. The ride felt like

Day six Steve Scott

Yep I know I missed day five and said yesterday was six and I called the hills north of Veles XYZ plus observant ones noting I was wearing the same cycle gear.

Steve day five

Day five of Steve Scott's amazing cycling challenge Vladicin Han to Veles Macedonia   The day started early at 6:30 and badly with more punctures, worse we'd run out of rubber solution.

Steve Day Four

Steve Scott's day four Do Something Amazing Challenge Nis to Vladicin Today started well, up at 6:30. Breakfast early. These were the parts that went to plan the emainder seem to fall

Steve in Sebia day three

Day three. Part one. 65 miles, less than yesterday but still a real slog. The road surfaces were awful at times and the hills kept on coming, giving us the realisation no

Steve in Serbia day Two

Day two. Belgrade to Jagodina.  Three things happened today that came as a shock. Firstly we left before 8:15 am. Secondly we didn't get lost and stuck to the plan, which if