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Panathlon is a charity that provides sporting opportunities to over 13,000 disabled young people every year

 Over 800 schools across the country take part in ‘mini Paralympic’ multi-sport competitions for secondary or primary school children, along with dedicated football, boccia and swimming programmes. Panathlon has in the last few years trained thousands of young leaders (2,190 in 2017) aged 14-19, who act as sports officials for Panathlon competitions. If you are new to Panathlon, please take a look at the video (at the bottom of the page) to get a flavour of what we are all about.

13150 Competitors

+3,067 increase on 2015/16

812 Schools

+249 increase on 2015/16

33 Counties

+6 increase on 2015/16

2190 Young Leaders

+600 increase on 2015/16


All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.

Tuesday 5thBerkshireWoodford Park Leisure CentreMulti-Sport: Berkshire
Tuesday 5thSurreySurrey Sports ParkMulti-Sport Surrey
Wednesday 6thYorkshirePonds Forge, SheffieldSwim Final
Wednesday 6thHertfordshireWodson Park Leisure Centre, WareHertfordshire Primary Final
Thursday 7thLondonLondon Aquatics CentreBerkshire Swim Finals
Friday 8th SuffolkMid Suffolk Leisure CentrePrimary
Monday 11thEssexBasildon Sporting VilalgeSpecial School Games Boccia
Monday 11thLancashireAccrington AcademyLancashire Swimming Final
Tuesday 12thSurrey Surrey Sports ParkSurrey Schools
Tuesday 12thTyne & WearLakeside Centre KillingworthSwimming
Wednesday 13thLondonTBCTower Hamlets Primary
Thursday 14thLondonThe Copper Box ArenaMulti-Sport: London Finals
Thursday 14thGloucestershireHartpuryPrimary Final
Thursday 14thTees ValleyDurham UniversityTees Valley Multisports Final
Friday15thGloucestershireHartpuryPrimary Final (Development Day)
Friday 15thEast RidingHull Superbowl10 Pin Bowling
Monday 18thBirminghamAcocks Bowling Centre10 Pin Bowling
Tuesday 19thNorfolkUniversity of East AngliaNorfolk Primary Panathlon Finals- Norwich
Tuesday 19thGloucestershireStroud Leisure CentrePrimary Final
Wednesday 20thEast RidingHull SuperbowlPrimary 10 Pin Bowling
Thursday 21st MerseysideGreenbankDeaf Cricket
Thursday 21stTees ValleyMiddlesborogh Sports VillageTees Valley Primary Final
Friday 22ndTyne & WearHadrian Leisure CentreTyne & Wear U20 Swimming
Tuesday 26thEssexMark Hall Sports CentreEssex mainstream Primary Panathlon
Tuesday 26thLondonTBCTower Hamlets Secondary
Tuesday 26thSuffolk - NorthEast Point Academy, LowestoftNorth Suffolk Primary Final
Wednesday 27thLondonNewham Leisure CentrePrimary
Wednesday 27thDurhamConsett AcademyVilla Real Sports Day
Wednesday 27thMerseysideTBCWheelchair Festival Of Sport
Wednesday 27th KentPolo Farm Sports Club CanterburyMulti-Sport: Kent Finals
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Tuesday 5th JuneEssexOrmiston Park AcademySpecial School Games Boccia Training
Friday 22ndLondonMarjorie McClureGirls Football
Tuesday 26thLondonBarking AbbeyGirls Football
Friday 29thSurreySt PiersIn-School
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London Champions Final

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Funders reveal pride at London Final spectacle

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  • Panathlon is brilliant. I’ve been coming here since the age of nine and enjoy it every year. I take part in the wheelchair slalom and the relay races. I love racing against others.

    Jo Makumbi, aged 15, West Lea School, Enfield
  • What a fantastic event. The atmosphere throughout was one of encouragement and support. All the young people swam incredibly well and loved competing in this type of environment.

    Stuart Johnson, The Park School of Blackpool, Team Manager
  • What a brilliant event, we are so pleased to have had this number of schools from across the county involved and starting them up so young into the Panathlon programme

    Phil Truby, an Events Officer from Yorkshire Sports Foundation
  • Panathlon is important to us. We run our own festivals and various SEN clubs, but this gives us a competitive outlet; something to work towards. It’s great for the kids.

    Steve Peaty, Newham team manager
  • This is my second year volunteering at a Panathlon event and it is a truly inspiring organisation. the enthusiasm the children have for the event, together with the thanks they express to the people volunteering is humbling.

    Louise Colsell, St. James’ Place Client Services Manager
  • Panathlon offers the most even playing field. It’s the one competition that caters for students of lower ability. It’s imperative that they get the opportunity to compete for their school and their borough. I love the ethos of the event and the competition.

    Christie Moloney, Sports Development Officer at Ealing Council
  • The thing that we like about Panathlon the most, and our staff and parents always comment on, is that Panathlon levels the playing field. That’s the key for them to be able to perform equally against their peers.

    Jeremy Lonsdale, Greenacre’s PE Lead
  • Panathlon is the best organised sports event that we go to. The children love the whole day, the experience of competing and socialising with other teams.

    Neil Dawson , Head of PE, Wilson Stuart School, Birmingham
  • It has been the best day I can remember as part of the school. I can’t believe we have won!

    Emma Hull, 11, King James First Academy
  • Lillie had no confidence in the water, but today she amazed us, the activities made it so inclusive and the all the children surprised us what they could do, today gave children at Norfolk Primary a chance to shine.

    Norfolk Primary Parent, Natalie Mitchell
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