Paralympic Gold Medallist Richard Coleman shares his vision and philosophy on the link between community and sport and the role it plays in the lives of people living with a disability.

Paralympic Gold Medallist Richard Coleman is not afraid of a challenge. Having travelled the world as a professional athlete for the past 20 years, Richard shares his thoughts on the role of sport in Australian culture and the importance of integration across able-bodied individuals and those living with a disability.

It takes a certain type of person to win a gold medal. You need stamina, perseverance, determination, a hunger to be the best and to never lose focus. Those are the qualities of Paralympic Gold Medallist Richard Coleman, who spoke trackside with Prestige Inhome Care CEO, Nick McDonald.

In this candid interview, Richard shares his vision and philosophy on the link between community and sport and the role it plays in the lives of people living with a disability.

Living with Spina Bifida, Richard has become an inspiration for athletes young and old, working off the track to motivate and encourage individuals to get involved, get active and work hard to be the best they can be.

Watch Nick’s interview with Paralympic Gold Medallist Richard Coleman as he gears up for another great year of sport.