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 and our partners St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation win the ‘Best Partnership with a National Children’s Charity’ prize at The Better Society Awards
Twenty-one cyclists make it from London to Paris over four days covering 276 miles. It was the latest fundraising adventure by Woodland Group, based in Chelmsford, who have supported Panathlon since 2011
The Panathlon Central London Final, which involved 143 disabled young people competing in seven sports, appears on BBC Breakfast
Panathlon competitors become the first disabled racers on the new Olympic track in an official test event ahead of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Panathlon Challenge is shown on Sky Sports with the highlights of the London Final, and introduced by Danny Crates, Panathlon Patron and Paralympic Gold Medallist
2,500 Panathletes in total
The first ever Panathlon is held at Featherstone High School in Ealing. Across London there are 32 Schools involved competing in 9 Sports; Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Cycling, Football, Netball, Orienteering, and Table Tennis.