Race Runners

Race running is an adapted sport for those with limited mobility that rely on aids in their daily life.

A race runner gives a child, who is normally limited to a wheelchair or walker, the chance to run for the very first time. With their body supported by the three wheeled frame, saddle and body plate they have the freedom to run and enjoy the mental and physical benefits of sport. 

Race running is a unique opportunity for young people with limited mobility to leave their aids behind.

The RaceRunner holds you up just enough so that you can hold yourself up. Its chest plate gives you back your balance, its wheels start you moving, and its handlebars give you the power of direction. It takes away your disability, replacing it only with ability. It made my dream a reality.

Hannah Dines