Award winner Aaban inspires change

Ten Year old Aaban Delawarally of Chadwell Primary School in Romford, one of our Outstanding Achiever Finalists, has picked up a ‘special recognition’ award for his development through sport, in…

Award-winning Mercedes hits top gear as Young Leader

Competing in Panathlon competitions has given visually-impaired teenager Mercedes Jacdonmi a springboard to fulfil her potential as a sprinter – as well as match the trophy collections of her three older brothers! …

Golden girl Georgie delighted to ‘give back’

It’s no exaggeration to say that Panathlon has changed Georgie Hart’s life.  After winning countless medals and accolades as a Panathlete, which gave her the confidence to achieve so much outside the sporting…

‘Panathlon has been very important for me’

Molly Neill perfectly embodies the ‘all-in’ spirit of Goldbeaters Primary School when they compete in Panathlon competitions. The 10-year-old from Edgware, North London, was part of the Goldbeaters team who…

Matthew personifies Panathlon impact

Egerton Rothesay pupil Matthew Bedford exemplifies the hugely beneficial effect that Panathlon has had on students at the school in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire.  Matthew, 11, was part of the winning Egerton Rothesay team at the…

Award-winning Toyin returns to Panathlon family

Award-winning Panathlete Toyin Fabusiwa returned to the Panathlon family on Tuesday in a new role – becoming Head Official at our Boccia England Lord’s Taverners South London competition. Toyin, now 20,…

Role model Armaan is “empowered” by Panathlon

Armaan Shahzad has been named Panathlon’s 2017/18 West Yorkshire Primary Outstanding Achiever after overcoming multiple disabilities and a lack of confidence to excel in the sporting arena. The 11-year-old from…

Panathlon “has given me a better future”

Matthew Key has credited Panathlon with igniting his transformation from self-confessed “couch potato” into an ambitious young boxer. The 15-year-old, a pupil at West Lea School in north London, was…