Limb power at Stoke manderville 


We are at Stoke Manderville today for Limb Power which is an event organised so kids with limb differences can reach their sporting potential.

I’m in Gemma’s group again who is a reall inspiration, she lost her leg & still works as a spinning instructor at the gym! Thanks also to Miranda for helping our group.

Today we started off with sitting volleyball which was great. I play normal volleyball at school & love it. My mum & dad were asked if I want to go to Manchester to train with the disability group for team GB.

We have also tried tennis, indoor sailing, wheelchair basketball, athletics (my prosthetic started to rub while doing this so I had to sit out the end) & finally archery.

  Kiera Roche & her family along with all the organisers are volunteers & we are really grateful to them for organising the day.

2 thoughts on “Limb power at Stoke manderville 

  1. Well done rely proud off you

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  2. Wow Baylee, absolutely great and love your posture and long stride when running, I hope you can get some prosthetic feet that will be comfortable and help with this sport, you will do very well. Grand Dad & Debbie xxxxxxx

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