Ade Adepitan on his wheelchair basketball career and becoming a television presenter and author

Ade Adepitan MBE is a wheelchair basketball Paralympian, TV presenter, travel journalist and children’s author. His career spans over 20 years including winning four medals in the Paralympics and more recently presenting big sporting events, such as The Invictus Games, The Rio Paralympics and The IPC Athletics. He is also a well-known face of the BBC, having presented documentaries such as World’s Busiest Cities and What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day.

Our writer, Emma Purcell, had the pleasure of interviewing Ade Adepitan about his life with a disability and his extraordinary career in sport, television and children’s literature.

Read: Ade Adepitan on his wheelchair basketball career and becoming a television presenter and author

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