'My wheelchair didn't stop me getting in the ring'
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'My wheelchair didn't stop me getting in the boxing ring'

A man with a type of motor neurone disease that affects his movement and balance realised a dream by boxing in front of 150 people.

Jamie Kosack, 26, from Swansea, has used a wheelchair since he was 13.

He rarely left his home, but after joining the Bulldogs gym in Port Talbot, his confidence grew and he has set himself a number of challenges.

Officials at the gym organised a boxing bout, which took place in a controlled environment, with family and friends cheering him on.

  • 15 Aug 2019
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