To celebrate the launch of Rising Phoenix, Paralympic athlete Tatyana McFadden hosts a Zoom discussion on THE POWER OF SPORT with Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex (Founder of the Invictus Games) and fellow Paralympians Bebe Vio (Italy), Jean-Baptiste Alaize (France), Matt Stutzman (USA) and Ntando Mahlangu (South Africa).
Full Length version coming Friday 5th September.
Rising Phoenix tells the extraordinary story of the Paralympic Games. From the rubble of World War II to the third biggest sporting event on the planet, the Paralympics sparked a global movement which continues to change the way the world thinks about disability, diversity & human potential.
Athletes featured in the film include Tatyana McFadden Para Athletics, United States; Matt Stutzman Para Archery, United States; Jean-Baptiste Alaize Para Long Jump, France; Bebe Vio Wheelchair Fencing, Italy; Ryley Batt Wheelchair Rugby, Australia; Ellie Cole Para Swimming, Australia; Ntando Mahlangu Para Athletics, South Africa; Cui Zhe Powerlifting, China; Jonnie Peacock MBE Para Athletics, Great Britain
Additional featured interviews include The Duke of Sussex, Founder of The Invictus Games; Sir Philip Craven MBE Former President of the IPC; Xavier Gonzalez Former CEO of the IPC; Andrew Parsons President of the IPC; Eva Loeffler OBE Daughter of Sir Ludwig Guttmann CBE
Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui
Greg Nugent, John Battsek, and Tatyana McFadden
Richard Curtis, Barbara Broccoli, Barnaby Spurrier, Godric Smith, Dee Ryder, Xavi Gonzalez, and Andrew Ruhemann
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Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, Joins Rising Phoenix Athletes to Discuss The Power of Sport
Elite athletes and insiders reflect on the Paralympic Games and examine how they impact a global understanding of disability, diversity and excellence.