Cerebral Palsy Alliance recently launched a new inclusive sports program at its Prairiewood Centre in Sydney, with a ‘come and try’ session for clients and parents.

The young clients were able to experience Frame Running, previously known as RaceRunning in a therapy/gym setting with therapists and team coaches on hand to assist with trying out the last equipment.

The program has been developed to provide regular frame running access to children with cerebral palsy using the latest state-of-the art race running frames, designed to give children with cerebral palsy greater freedom and mobility. 

The Frame Runner trike is a three-wheeled frame with a saddle and chest support, without pedals, that allows a runner to propel themselves forward using their feet and legs.

Frame Running is a growing sport which is being pushed for inclusion in the Paralympics.