Each Friday we are selecting our favourite social media activity from the Goalball Family and beyond.
We hope that this round-up can help to keep you entertained and provide inspiration to stay active!!
Last week our valiant gamers went all the way to the semi finals of the Business Fives eSport tournament – read all about their efforts here…
Brilliant write up guys, some great stats wracked up throughout the tournament from the Goalball team, pleasure having you guys involved 👏 https://t.co/b6iV2U5NRR— Business Fives (@BusinessFives) November 17, 2020
It seems like Welsh House Farm School had a brilliant PE lesson this week playing goalball…
Our Resource Base have been learning all about @Paralympics games. This week they have learnt about @GoalballUK and played it in PE. @SportBirmingham @YouthSportTrust @Panathlon @ParalympicsGB @ShenleySports pic.twitter.com/gYLI09dsJw— Welsh House Farm School (@WHF_School) November 19, 2020
Massive congratulations to Sheraz from Lancashire Lions, who is a finalist in the UK Coaching Awards Changing Lives category – keep up the fantastic work!
#UKCoachingAwards 🏆— UK Coaching (@_UKCoaching) November 17, 2020
Looking at our finalists
Sheraz Chohan – Changing Lives Award
Sheraz @vi_lions has transformed the stature of @lancslionsvicc which has impacted positively on the lives of its growing number of visually impaired participants
👉 https://t.co/qIDaAwBPii pic.twitter.com/DxnmlScdpk
Staffordshire University shared a brilliant video with the fantastic Great Britain goalball player Lois Turner – check it out below…
Meet Sports Therapy student, and Student Communications Ambassador, Lois.— Staffordshire Uni (@StaffsUni) November 16, 2020
Experiencing the everyday adventures of a university student with my guide dog Buster, while training as a GB athlete for a Paralympic sport - Goalball. #ProudToBeStaffs @SportatStaffs @StaffsLSE pic.twitter.com/3n1nUV5MgR
The youngsters over at Winchester Goalball Club said a massive thank you to Children in Need, who have supported the club over the years…
Thank you so much to @BBCCiN for your amazing support of Winchester Goalball Club! 👏🏼😀 You help us make a real difference to the lives of many blind and visually impaired children and their families! 💙 pic.twitter.com/66uH2gpHud— Winchester Goalball (@WinchGoalball) November 13, 2020
And finally, it was brilliant that VI sprinter James Ledger put the spotlight on issues people with sight loss face when social distancing…
Welsh visually-impaired sprinter James Ledger reveals the struggles he and many people with sight loss have when it comes to social distancing.— BBC Sport Wales (@BBCSportWales) November 10, 2020
📹 Hear more: https://t.co/GiUZGUEPNB pic.twitter.com/8Rzra8BknF