Parafed Wellington
Inspire, Enable, Achieve

Welcome to Parafed Wellington


At Parafed Wellington we inspireenable and achieve.


We do this through our members and supporters being involved in sporting, 

recreation or leisure opportunities.  

We work with a range of organisations and partners to make our members 

sporting and recreational lives as great as possible.   



Parafed Wellington invites all members, family and friend to our Christmas Party & BBQ.


 




Team Wheelington

Most of our team heading to the Junior Disability Games in Auckland

Back Row: Kayla Knox (Supporter), Mitchell Lang, Ethan Chen, Kate Horn (Manager), TP Moananu, Fraser Governo, Libby Liekis (Assistant), Greta Gilbert.

Front Row: Erin Knox, Noah Galloway, Felix Galloway, Liam Melvin

Absent: Corran Hanning, Lincoln Parker, Joshua Tia, Bella Everlupi



Click here to check out our Youth Group in training for the Junior Disability Games, at the NZ Police Museum, Porirua Parkrun and Ice Skating and ...


News


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09/09/2016

Mary Fisher wins New Zealand’s second GOLD medal of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in a dominant display


Paralympian Mary Fisher smashed her competitors in the Women's 100m Backstroke S11 in Rio de Janeiro tonight, winning New Zealand’s second GOLD medal of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Fisher took out the win in a World Record time of 1:17.96 ahead of Liwen Cai (China) and Maja Reichard (Sweden).

Mary Fisher was the break-out star of the London 2012 Paralympic Games for New Zealand, winning a gold, two silver and a bronze. Her dominance since then has been irrefutable, stacking up a massive 14 Gold medals and three Silver medals in international competition over the past four years.

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Fisher has just earned New Zealand its 202nd Paralympic medal with her GOLD, after Sophie Pascoe took the 200th with a SILVER just 20 minutes ago in the Women’s 50m Freestyle S10 and Rory McSweeney taking the 201st medal with a BRONZE just 10mins ago in the Men's Javelin F44.

Fisher’s win cements an extraordinary night in Rio for the New Zealand Paralympic Team, with Liam Malone still due to compete in the final of the Men's 100m T44 in just 30mins time (at 10.58am NZT).



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