Dylan Alcott tells Kurt Fearnley on One Plus One how sport opened doors, and maybe saved his life

“I got bullied because of my disability, I used to get called a cripple or a spastic everywhere I went. That stuff made it really hard for me — and I believed them. I believed I was less than them.” Alcott said that changed when he went to his first wheelchair tennis tournament, where he said his eyes were opened.

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Topics:
Accessibility, Access, Inclusion, Arts, Culture, Sport, Recreation

Author:
One Plus One

Source:
ABC

Date published:
Thu 23rd Jul, 2020