Through supporting local team Kettering Town, Jensen Coleman can reminisce on two memorable promotions in the space of five years, but his role in the club’s media department has helped him discover his own ambitions.
From muddy scrums to video game seminars, Cam Vanloo’s sporting journey has been full of twists and turns, but he could not be happier with where it has taken him.
Kirk Pritchard is able to see the world differently to others, not just through his autism, but through the lens of a camera as a football fan with a keen eye for photography.
Nine years ago under Mediterranean skies, tennis prodigy Shain Lewis was shooting for the stars, but after a series of injuries that put the brakes on his career, he is determined to show the world what he is capable of once more.
The boxing gym has been a home from home for Rhys McCole, and as someone who is inspired by the achievements of others, the teenager aims to motivate people to try the sport that has become his greatest ally.
TRACK NN Director Tom Cliffe is a leader in employability initiatives for autistic communities in the East Midlands town of Northampton and believes Spautism has the potential for a much wider impact.
University graduate Lucy Hunter only found out she was autistic halfway through her degree, but she never let her uncertainty define her, becoming determined to thrive in her greatest passion.
Tom Stoltman may be superhuman in what he does, but underneath all the muscle lies his most powerful weapon – his heart.
Hurricane Harv and mum Clare gave Spautism an insight into the Stringer household – a family of five with three darts fanatics and never a dull moment.
Sarah Hope was never one for team sports, but when her rare hereditary disability stopped her from running, wheelchair basketball gave her everything she needed.