• What are the Invictus Games?

    The Invictus Games got under way on Saturday with the commencement of the event’s opening ceremony. Watched on by the odd royal and/or celebrity, the 2017 Toronto games signalled their beginning at the Air Canada Centre, with spectators and competitors alike eager to get the real action underway. The 2017 games are the third to … Read more

    We Interview British Paralympic Table Tennis Champion Paul Karabardak

    As London 2012 approaches, British Paralympic Table Tennis player Paul Karabardak speaks with PhysioRoom.com about his long term wrist injury.

    Having already been to Beijing in 2008, Paul Karabardak is no stranger to the physical and mental demands of the GBParalympics. The Class 7 player has recently qualified for the upcoming games and is currently training at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. PhysioRoom.com catches up with the 26-year-old to discuss how heֳ getting on.

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    The Olympic Effect

    A survey has found that the Olympics has improved childrenֳ attitude to sport. Over half of primary school children have been inspired by London 2012.

    The study of 700 kids aged 8 to 12 found that 52% of boys and 55% of girls said the Olympics had made them feel like doing more sports. The desire of the Olympic organisers was to өnspire a generationӠand the early signs seem to show that they have achieved this aim.

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