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Who we are

1 in 4 New Zealanders identify as disabled.

Our passion is giving everybody, of every ability, the opportunity to reach their full potential.

We inspire disabled people to become involved in sport and active recreation by showcasing opportunties and pathways.

We enable by making it easy to become involved and by providing funding.

And most importantly, our members achieve.

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Sports and activities

There are a wide range of sports and activities we facilitate for our members.


The Parafed Wellington Youth Group is for 5-18 yearolds.


Triathlon is a popular NZ sport and involves 3 disciplines, swimming, biking and running. You can compete in triathlon as a recreational competitive athlete, the choice is yours.

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The 50th AGM for Parafed Wellington (now called dsport) will be held on Saturday 6 April at 1pm.

The AGM is being hosted by Laura Fergusson Trust.

18 Laura Fergusson Grove 
Lower Hutt 5011

We are holding a joint AGM and Youth Group session. The will be the usual AGM requirements as well as a nice afternoon tea and fun activities for the Youth Group.

If you are interested in standing for a position on our committee, please email us by Friday 29 March and we'll send you the form to complete.


Kate Horan wins Bronze

This morning Kate Horan won bronze at the UCI Para cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.

Kate's time of just under 40 sec put her third behind World Record Holder Kadeena Cox from Great Britain and Jianping Ruan from China.

Kate now has a day to recover before competing in the 3km Individual Pursuit, the event she placed 4th in at the Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016.


NZ Racing Board help with Boccia Gear

Thanks to the donation of $10,000 from the NZ Racing Board, Parafed Wellington has been able to purchase 4 new sets of boccia balls and 2 pieces of head gear from Handi Life Sport in Denmark and 3 new boccia ramps from Sumo in Poland.

The boccia balls have arrived and we are just awaiting the delivery of the ramps before the end of the year.



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