Rugby has a reputation for being rough and rugged, and the wheelchair version of the game is no different. Just ask David Anthony, the 21 year old Welshman who has just been named in the GB squad to compete at the Paralympics.
David, from Neath, tried his hand at Skiing and Boccia before taking up the game, and he hasn't turned back. He joined local club the Cardiff Pirates before graduating to full international honours. A keen rugby fan, there's one Welsh star in particular he likes to base his game on.
As the only Welshman in the eleven strong squad - which also includes a female athlete - there's no shortage of banter between David and his team mates. But come the end of August there'll all be united by a single goal - securing gold in London.