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Adam Bailey - Adaptive Ski and Snowboard Coach

In this podcast we spoke to Adam Bailey an adaptive ski and snowboard coach at Snozone in Castleford, West Yorkshire

Adam spoke to us about his decision to coach snowboarding and skiing, and how the sports are adapted for disabled participants so that everyone can be involved. He also told us how he helps to manage his participants' fears; the perceived risks vs the actual risks of getting onto the snow and having a go on the slopes.

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