Video report by ITV Meridian's Andrew Pate
A table tennis player from the south who had his leg amputated is aiming to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Simon Heap from Milford on Sea is diabetic but says he won't let his disability or his age - get in the way of his ambitions.
He now plays for Hamburg in the Bundesligua, which is the only wheelchair league in Europe.
Simon Heaps describes how he adjusted to playing the game with his disability
Over the next few weeks he will take part in tournaments across the world, including: Spain, France and South America.
Simon represented England as a 14-year-old. Now aged 66, he's hoping to do the same again at next year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
He is also now hoping to find a sponsor to help him achieve his dream.