Having returned from Tokyo with the Paralympic team, Alasdair Donaldson sat down to talk about the Games with SportsAid, an organisation that has funded numerous Paralympic athletes during their development.
Paralympic Pathway Manager, Donaldson, is responsible for the identification of potential paratriathletes as well as their development in the paratriathlon pathway.
In this role, he has been part of the journey of many of the athletes who competed in Tokyo. Supporting them in their early days in the sport and working alongside them as they develop, Donaldson is also a key part of the team when it comes to them delivering at the top of the sport.
To find out more about paratriathlon and how you can get involved in the sport, please visit our Getting into Paratriathlon page below.
Taking place between 20 -26 September, SportsAid Week showcases the work that the charity do to support the next generation of athletes, with 2021 being the 45th anniversary of SportsAid.
Part of the week is the #MyMiles Challenge to raise money towards the work of SportsAid. To find out how you can get involved with the week and fundraise for the charity, click on the button below.
You can also listen to an earlier edition of the podcast featuring Alex Yee below.