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See No Bounds Publications

For us it is always amazing when we get our name or Event into a publication or get some Media coverage. The value to us as a company shows that we are sending the right message, that we are achieving our goals of awareness and that we are getting our See No Bounds Publications out there. 

Jamie McAnsh is an honoured winner of the prestigious Brave Britain Award, as well as a multi-award winner for outstanding achievements. Jamie is also the man who climbed a mountain on his hands. Why? because he wanted to reach his summit, and nothing was going to stop him. Jamie loves working with, and inspiring young people, covering topics such as adapting and overcoming challenges, adversity and diversity as well as offering young people an insight into entrepreneurship. Jamie not only delivers inspiring talks in schools, but also works with sports clubs, children with disabilities, and adults to promote well-being through sport. Jamie is a motivational speaker, with the ability to inspire each and every listener.

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Sports wales and Welsh Squash Federation Feature Story.

My story really begins in 2014, when I woke one day with a massive reduction in lower limb mobility – they call it neurological paralysis. I was later diagnosed with a condition called Complex Radial Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
I started playing squash in the latter half of 2016 while in a wheelchair, with the aim of making squash
a diverse sport. Promoted by Disability Sport Wales and hosted by Rhiwbina Squash Club, with the help
of the volunteer coaches, a cannon and alongside physiotherapy, I managed to start playing squash out of a wheelchair, before moving to crutches and later callipers by myself.

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I ran marathons, I enjoyed climbing. Then one morning I woke up and couldn't walk anymore - wales on line

Former soldier Jamie McAnsh has revealed how he considered taking his life after waking up one morning unable to walk. The 35-year-old thought he had a trapped nerve. After six weeks of pain he went to the doctor on the insistence of his wife, Natalie. Medics were mystified by what was wrong. Initially they agreed it could be a trapped nerve. But after getting a second opinion the ex-Royal Engineer and funeral director was diagnosed with incurable Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

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Former soldier who lost use of legs named as Brave Briton

A FORMER solider from Cwmbran has won a bravery award after losing the use of his legs through a neurological disease. Jamie McAnsh, 35, from Coed Eva, was a former Royal Engineer but awoke one morning after Christmas and New Year in January 2014 to find he had lost feeling in his legs.

He scooped the ‘Against All Odds’ award at the Charles Holland Awards for Brave Britons at the ceremony held in London on Wednesday. Mr McAnsh said: “It’s very special to receive this award,” as he pipped three other nominees to the award. South Wales argus 25th August 2016

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Cwmbran man who lost use of his legs shortlisted for Brave Briton award

A CWMBRAN man who used his bare hands to climb up Pen y Fan after his wheelchair broke has set his sights on his next gruelling challenge. Jamie McAnsh was climbing up the highest peak in south Wales, and was more than 19k through the trek, when his wheel buckled around 100 feet short of the summit.

But with the support of his team, who were taking part in the WAAT4 challenge of a 30km trek through the Brecon Beacons, he managed to reach the top. Although he didn’t manage to complete the full charity challenge, Mr McAnsh believes he is the first person to complete Pen y Fan in a wheelchair. South Wales Argus June 2015

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Cwmbran man climbs Pen y Fan with his hands after wheelchair breaks

A CWMBRAN man who used his bare hands to climb up Pen y Fan after his wheelchair broke has set his sights on his next gruelling challenge. Jamie McAnsh was climbing up the highest peak in south Wales, and was more than 19k through the trek, when his wheel buckled around 100 feet short of the summit.

But with the support of his team, who were taking part in the WAAT4 challenge of a 30km trek through the Brecon Beacons, he managed to reach the top. Although he didn’t manage to complete the full charity challenge, Mr McAnsh believes he is the first person to complete Pen y Fan in a wheelchair. South Wales Argus June 2015

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Over 500 Competitors take on the hills…true grit!

The WAAT4 Challenge is a walking event which is held every year in the Brecon Beacons. It starts and finishes at Parc De Pugh, Brecon Rugby Club but in between, competitors need to navigate 30km or 40km around the Beacons (which incorporates Pen-y Fan) through a number of checkpoints on route. It is an arduous event and is for anyone to take part in. In Comunity – FYI Brecon

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