Bridie Kean: Hi, I’m Bridie Kean, I started off in Wheelchair Basketball and am now playing Wheelchair Tennis through the P4G program.
Henry Hopwood: G’Day I’m Henry Hopwood, I used to play Football growing up then I transitioned into a bit of Body Building and I’ve recently been identified in the QAS P4G program and have moved into Athletics.
John Woods: I’m John Woods and I’m from Rockhampton and I compete as a visually impaired Cyclist on the tandem bike.
Bridie Kean: After we didn't qualify I took a break from Basketball and took a while to sort of decide what to do next and then I decided I would try my hand at Tennis and through the P4G program the rest, I guess, is history.
Henry Hopwood: In terms of transition wise, it’s been pretty seamless. I’ve always had that performance goal and that’s sort of what’s driven me to train and what not so to change to a bit of performance in athletics rather than lifting weights has been cool.
John Woods: I’ve only been riding with David for a total time of about two hours on the bike and it already feels natural to ride with him.
Bride Kean: I don't know that I would've made the transfer without the P4G program, it’s been amazing.
Henry Hopwood: I’ve been offered anything I’ve really needed I suppose, i’ve got a coach that’s sets me up with everything I need and yeah anything’s there if you need it.
Bridie Kean: My long-term goals are to play as many tournaments and get on the international circuit eventually and in the next year to play as many as I can in Australia and then go from there.
Henry Hopwood: I suppose 2020 is the ultimate dream and making the Olympics and throwing for Australia would be huge so that’s in the mindset at the moment.
Bridie Kean: So, I’m really excited for this campaign.