Cerebral Palsy Sport

Cerebral Palsy Sport (CP Sport)

Cerebral palsy sport is a national disability sport organisation and charity. They encourage people with cerebral palsy to live more active lives by promoting and providing the opportunities, capability and motivation to get involved in physical activities.

To find out more, please click HERE to view the CP sport website.

Tully Kearney MBE

Tully Kearney is a British Paralympic swimmer. Tully won Gold and Silver at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo (which was held in 2021) and set world records for the 100m freestyle. In 2022, Tully was recognised in the New Year’s Honours list with an MBE. Tully started swimming at the age of 6 and has cerebral palsy and dystonia.

In the short video below, Tully shares her journey and experiences to become a British Gold Medallist in Paralympic Swimming. She is also an ambassador for cerebral palsy sport who encourage others with cerebral palsy to get involved and participate:

If you would like to view the GoFundMe page that Tully Kearney has set up to raise funds and awareness for Charlie, please click HERE. Your donations will go towards a frame running bike for Charlie so that he can be more active and participate in competitions.