BWSF

(redirected from British Wheelchair Sports Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
BWSFBritish Wheelchair Sports Foundation (United Kingdom)
BWSFBlack Women in Sport Foundation (est. 1992)
BWSFBritish Water Ski Federation Limited (UK)
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Stephanie, 31, of Jarrow, said: "I need to raise the money to pay for me to go on the trip and 80% of that will go to the charity Wheel Power, formerly known as the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation.
DARING Teessiders are being given the chance to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, one of the world's largest volcanoes, and help raise money for the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation.
The Cardiff-born Paralympic golden girl and England Rugby World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio are fronting the Greatest Challenge Appeal for the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation.
Contributions, made payable to the Greatest Challenge Appeal, should be sent to the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation, Guttman Road, Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, HP21 9PP.
They have just completed trials with disabled people and it has proved so popular that it has been recognised as a sport by Disabled Sports England, The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation and most disabled sports unions around the world.
THE British Wheelchair Sports Foundation are looking for volunteers to trek to Everest Base Camp.
Last weekend I went sky diving from 10, 000 ft in Netheravon, Wiltshire, to raise money for the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation.
The event, organised by the British Wheelchair Sports Foundation, will see Mrs Davies, a nurse at Walsgrave Hospital, join a party that will have to walk across the Himalayas as that is the only means of getting about.
Her achievements to date make impressive reading: British champion 1994-2001, European champion 1994-2001, world champion 19982001, current Paralympic champion, British Wheelchair Sports Foundation (BWSF) junior of the year 1997, Variety Club of Great Britain disabled sportswoman of the year 1998, BWSF Individual Female Achievement 1999, The Western Mail/Jury's Cardiff Hotel Sportstar of the Month 1999 and The Western Mail sportswoman of the year runner-up, 1999.
THE British Wheelchair Sports Foundation, based at Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, report that the cash we sent them last year went towards the pounds 13,000 cost of introducing wheelchair sports to spinal injury victims.
The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation is inviting able-bodied supporters to climb Kilimanjaro and raise funds to help transform the lives of disabled children and adults.
The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation is looking for volunteers to trek through mountain scenery, bamboo forests and terraced rice fields in June and November 2005, to raise money to help improve the lives of disabled adults and children.
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