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Arsenal amputee footballer returns as Panathlon Leader
Arsenal amputee player and former Panathlete, Isaac Addai, returns to volunteer as a leader at one of our competitions in North London – and says he “would not be the player I am today” without the opportunity to compete in sport at school given to him by Panathlon.
Panathlon wins SJA ‘Sport for Social Change’ award
Panathlon won the ‘Sport for Social Change’ award at the Sports Journalists’ Association’s British Sports Awards at The Brewery in London.
Panathlon sets new participation records
Panathlon releases its annual participation figures for 2021/22 which show a record 52,476 young people participated in our sporting competitions from 2,078 schools in 758 events across 42 English counties and seven unitary areas of Wales.
Panathlon bucks gloomy post-Covid trends
Our post-Covid ‘blended’ approach of delivering external and in-school activity engages well over 28,000 SEND pupils in its first full term – bucking national trends of declining participation amongst people with disabilities and special needs.
Annual figures reveal scale of Virtual programme’s growth
Our end-of-year stats show 45,845 SEND pupils from 583 schools accessed sport and physical activity in 2020/21 despite the ravages of Covid-19 – proof of the astounding success of our Virtual programme.
First Outstanding Achievement Awards at Olympic Park
Hannah Olateju is crowned the Outstanding Achiever of 2013 at Panathlon’s annual awards ceremony, presented by triple-Paralympic medallist Liz Johnson at the Olympic Suite at John Lewis Stratford City