A shot-putter gunning for gold in the London 2012 Paralympics, Danny has won the British Wheelchair Athletics Association Athlete of the Year award three times, and is currently ranked number one in the world.
He came tenth in the Beijing Paralympics and has already beaten his own British record this year, throwing only 20cm short of the World Record.
Danny, 30, is the three times British Wheelchair Athletics Association ‘Athlete of the Year', and was a keen footballer before a motorcycle accident at the age of 17 put him in a wheelchair.
"The Premier Sport team is committed to coaching sport to all in a fun and inclusive way. Sport is all about enjoyment, and Premier Sport coaches lead the way in fun, safe sports coaching to allow you to be the very best that you can be.
Premier's emphasis on sporting opportunities for all is fantastically inclusive particularly with their Golden Mile initiative, and I just hope I can go some way towards inspiring the children of today to develop a love of sport."
Danny trains six days a week, and puts his success down to dedication and focus – in all aspects of training including lifestyle and diet.