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The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Trust raises funds to support the body of scientific opinion which says a cure for SCI will be found. Our goal is to enable SCI sufferers to walk again – we want people out of wheelchairs and back on their feet.

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Spinal cord injuries have a devastating impact not only on those affected but also on their families. We aim to support pioneering research and discovery that points the way to repairing damage to the spinal cord.

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SPINAL CORD REGISTRY AIMS TO IMPROVE LIVES

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/308710/spinal-chord-registry-aims-to-improve-lives A registry of people with spinal cord injuries is set to go live next month with the aim of trying to improve their lives and ease the burden on the health system. Between 80 and... read more

CATWALK 100 CLUB

DIGITAL REVOLUTION Catriona Williams, Holly Pretorius, Brad Smeele – these are just a few of the names that have seen enormous change in their lives due to a SCI. SCI changes the lives of many people – a new SCI every five days in New Zealand at an annual cost of over... read more

THAT COULD HAVE BEEN ME – RICHIE MCCAW

https://nz.sports.yahoo.com/a/31962724/that-could-have-been-me-richie-mccaws-confronting-hospital-visit/#page1   Richie McCaw has spoken about the eye-opening moment he shared with an 18-year-old who suffered devastating injuries while playing rugby. In a video... read more

RICHIE MCCAW IS NEW ZEALANDER OF THE YEAR 2016

Richie McCaw has another trophy to add to his already bulging cabinet, after being named Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year. He was presented with the award at the gala ceremony held in Auckland on Wednesday 17 February. The award recognised the former All Black... read more

SUCCESS COMES FROM PERSPIRATION

As a child, CatWalk Trustee, Grant Sharman loved Biggles books and dreamed of being a pilot. That dream ended on a rugby field at Auckland’s King’s College when he broke his neck and became a tetraplegic, aged just 15. Nearly 40 years later, Sharman is a professional... read more

42KMS IN THE WORLD’S COLDEST CONTINENT

As New Zealanders experience what will hopefully be a gentle introduction to the cooler months of autumn, five committed individuals will be facing a far harsher environment – Antarctica, all for a good cause. They are the members of Team Antarctica, who will take... read more
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