Ian Warner

Ian Warner
4th December 2017

Disability: Spina Bifida

Lives: Kent

I’ve been playing Para Ice hockey for about 19 years now, I picked it up when I was at university, I was doing wheelchair racing and just going round and round the athletics track on my own, which was getting a bit tedious. Some guys said I should have a go at Para Ice Hockey and I’ve been playing it ever since.

We have a great team environment, there’s a great camaraderie in the dressing room and on the ice. It’s such a fast, action packed sport, full contact, it’s just great fun to play.

Ian was selected, with 5 other members of the Peterborough Phantoms, as part of the GB Team who travelled to Japan in November 2016 for the IPC World Championships.

(c) Peterborough Phantoms Para Ice Hockey Club