Originally published: November 15, 2016
British Paralympian Sophia Warner has launched a mass-participation event aimed at encouraging those with disabilities to get into sport.
The Superhero Series allows disabled and non-disabled people to take part in triathlons - either solo, or in a team.
"As a person with a disability looking to do sport for fun I've found it a real struggle," Warner said.
"I know what a positive impact sport can have on a person's life - I believe everyone should have the chance."
The former T35 sprinter - who has cerebral palsy - became the first disabled person to enter the London Triathlon back in 1998.