Moatez Jomni Wheelchair Racer
Wheelchair Ricing Athlete
Better known as Mo, this Tunisian born British wheelchair athlete has worked his way to the top of his sport. He competes in sprint and middle-distance track events of 100m, 200m, 300m, and 800m in the T53 disability class and he formed part of the UK team in the Summer Paralympics in Rio in 2106.
A hit and run accident at the age of four left him in a coma for 6 months and with multiple injuries which required five years of medical rehabilitation. It was after watching the summer Paralympics of 2012 that he felt inspired to start training as a wheelchair athlete.
Invictus Active Racing Wheelchair Trainer
Now aged 30, Mo holds multiple IPC World and European Championship medals including a gold in the IPC Athletics World Championships in 2016 in the T3 200m. In European championships he holds a total of two golds, two silvers, and five bronzes, three of which he achieved in last year’s event. He is currently training for the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships which will take place in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in November this year.
Mo trains at the Weir Archer Academy Athletics Club and regularly uses the Invictus Active Racing Wheelchair Trainer in his training sessions.
Mo trains at the Weir Archer Academy Athletics
When asked what he thought of the trainer he smiled and replied “I find it very tense, thank you very much” and added “it plays the ball game that you guys talk about.” He goes on to explain that for years athletes have had to try and replicate what it feels like on the track out on the road, and that the drums of the Invictus Active racing wheelchair trainer really replicate the track and “make it really tense and really hard work”.
But you don’t need to take Mo’s word for it. Call today and arrange a free, no-obligation trial for seven days and discover how our trainer can improve your performance on the track.