“Sport and disability sport are a huge passion of mine, which I have been involved in from a very young age. I firmly believe in the importance of raising awareness of disability sport. In order to do this I have been into many schools and ran whole school assemblies in which I discuss my disability and the role that sport plays in my life."

Interested in a variety of sports from an early age, Ella has received a number of accolades for her sporting achievements. In 2008 she was National Junior Champion in wheelchair tennis and in 2009 she won the Lord Taverner’s Sports Endeavour Award for disability sport.

In 2011 Ella represented Great Britain at the Under 25 Women’s Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Canada and successfully won a Bronze medal. The following year she was incredibly proud to carry the Olympic Torch through her hometown of Hemel Hempstead.

From 2013 Ella trained at elite level in wheelchair basketball and was asked to be a full time elite student athlete as well as coaching the South West Scorpion’s Wheelchair Basketball Women’s Team. In 2014, Ella again represented her country at the under 25 Women’s European Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Germany, where team GB won Silver.

When she is not playing sport, Ella is dedicated to coaching her local wheelchair basketball club, Aces and continuing with developing her regular Wheelchair Workouts online.

Ella is also undertaking training to become a qualified personal trainer.

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