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The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today wished good luck to 200 young disabled youngsters competing in this year’s Panathlon Challenge in the capital. The Mayor has provided £85,000 towards the event, enabling one thousand youngsters to benefit from free specialist sports equipment, expert coaching sessions and mini "Paralympic" competitions.
Five London boroughs are competing in the finals tomorrow (Thursday) - Lambeth, Harrow, Haringey, Croydon and Barking and Dagenham – each of which have won their way through hard fought area finals. 200 athletes, aged from 8 to 18 and with severe learning difficulties and/or physical impairments, are taking part, competing in the sports of Boccia, New Age Kurling, Football, Polybat, Table Cricket and Athletics. Their aim is the honour of being crowned Panathlon Champions 2010.
The Mayor’s Commissioner for Sport Kate Hoey will attend tomorrow’s tournament, which takes place at the Westway Sports Centre from 11am and 2pm. Liz Johnson, Paralympic Gold Medallist in Beijing 2008, who broke the 100m breaststroke World Record in April, is also attending to encourage the competitors and hand out the medals.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson said: ’The Panathlon Challenge is a fantastic competition. It is about taking part, aspiration and achievement, three of the best motivators for young people. As 2012 approaches, I hope tournaments like this will inspire more Londoners, young and old alike, to take up sport and physical activity.’
The Mayor’s investment is through the Sports Legacy Plan for London, which includes a £30 million commitment to support a range of activities and initiatives aimed at getting Londoners fitter and more active, as well as increasing access and improving facilities in the run up to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Kate Hoey said: ’With the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games fast approaching, Panathlon is exactly the kind of initiative that we should all be getting behind. It brings real, competitive sport to those who might otherwise have missed out on involvement. The Mayor and I are both committed to getting as many young people as possible involved in sport. Events like this show that disability need not be any obstacle to participation. Panathlon deserve huge praise for what it is doing.’
Additional funding for the Panathlon has come from the Football Foundation and the Jack Petchey Foundation. There will also be a demonstration of Powerchair Football for severely disabled young people in a ground-breaking project with the Wheelchair Football Association, Brentford FC Community Trust and Tottenham Hotspur Foundation. Panathlon supported by the Football Foundation is creating five Powerchair Football clubs in London supported with specialist equipment and coaching.
Paul Thorogood, Chief Executive of the Football Foundation, said: “Panathlon does outstanding work in opening up a wide range of sports to our capital’s disabled young people. The Football Foundation’s funding has enabled Panathlon to provide football for around 450 footballers with severe learning difficulties and to launch Powerchair football in five clubs across London this year.”
Danny Crates, Paralympic Champion and Panathlon charity patron said: “Panathlon is a fantastic opportunity for young disabled Londoners to take part in sporting competition and I wish everybody the best of luck in their own search for gold medals.”
The Jack Petchey Foundation has donated £35,000 towards the Panathlon Challenge in London in 2010. Trudy Kilcullen, Chief Operations Officer for the Jack Petchey Foundation said. ’We are pleased to be supporting the Panathlon Challenge once again, which will benefit many young disabled people in London.’
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