Sporting Wheelies Brings Back CEO Wheelie Challenge

CEO Wheelie Challenge
Photo credit: Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association/Facebook

Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association, which has a new headquarters in Milton, is bringing back its CEO Wheelie Challenge, raising much-needed funds to help improve the lives of people with a disability.


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Through the Sporting Wheelies’ CEO Wheelie Challenge, leading CEOs and Executives get to experience spending a day on a wheelchair. 

This challenge, which also encourages community leaders and Principals to participate, was designed to shine a light on everyday challenges faced by someone living with a disability.

Those who want to register their interest for 2023 can do so, by visiting Sporting Wheelies’ website. The organisation will hold the CEO Wheelie Challenge on 16 June, to be followed by a Thank You evening on Wednesday, 5 July 2023.

About Sporting Wheelies

Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association is a widely recognised organisation in the field of sport and healthy activity for people with a disability. It’s acknowledged by national bodies such as Sport Australia and Paralympics Australia.

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Their mission is to engage, empower and develop people with a disability to live a more healthy, active and fulfilled life of their choosing.

Milton HQ

Artist’s impression of The Sporting Wheelies Para Sports Clubhouse (Photo credit: sportingwheelies.org.au)  

The organisation is currently building its new headquarters in Milton, to be called The Sporting Wheelies Para Sports Clubhouse.

Located at 2 Kilroe St in Milton, the new centre is dubbed as Australia’s first Para Sports Clubhouse. 

The new sports precinct will be purpose-built for the organisation’s future Paralympians and people living with a disability, serving as an inclusive sports hub supporting para-athletes on the road to Brisbane 2032 and inspiring people with a disability to get active and participate in the community. 

Para Sports Clubhouse will feature industry-leading facilities, world-class rehabilitation and support services, bringing together disability experts, allied health specialists, Para Sports coaches, and the world’s best academics to improve the lives of people with a disability through co-design and innovation.


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The new centre received support from the State Government which donated $200,000 for its air conditioning. Tradies, suppliers and people in the community who would like to help build the clubhouse are encouraged to do so.

Published 30-March-2023