Jack Petchey Foundation
If you think you can, you can!


The Panathlon Challenge seeks to inspire young disabled people to use competitive sport and fair play as a means of social and personal development.

The Jack Petchey Foundation has donated over £600,000 to Panathlon’s activities across London and Essex since 2004. Over 250 schools are involved in London and Essex with tens of thousands of hours of activity being generated. This culminates in area finals being held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London and a range of venues in Essex.

Much independent research has proven the massive impact Panathlon has had and continues to have on young people's lives.

Panathlon is able to offer free training courses, coaching days and multi-sport competitions, in 27 counties around the country.

Over 10,000 young disabled people in different sports with a range of abilities will compete in various locations around the country in 2017. 200+ multi-sport competitions will take place during the year with new exciting events being added all the time.

For more information visit www.panathlon.com or scroll through the videos below.

Panathlon winner

Panathlon winner