SWS Team: Kinneret Wallach, Paralympic Tennis Player
The Sport World School proudly welcomes Kinneret Wallach to the team of supporters. If short, we would describe Kinneret as a fighter and hero. She is Israeli paralympic tennis player who doesn’t let her handicap prevents her from achieving goals.
Kinneret had a complicated childhood, but that wasn’t the end of her troubles. In her 20’s, she was in an accident that left her in a wheelchair. However, the fact that she is disabled didn’t break her spirits. Contrary, Kinneret got interested in sports. Just two years after the accident she started playing tennis and swimming.
Doing sports had a positive impact on her motivation, and she was more than determined to keep going. In 1996 Kinneret represented Israel in Paralympic Games in both tennis singles and doubles. Later she became one of the 50 best-disabled tennis players in the world.
Today she has three kids and uses her story to motivate others to strive for their goals regardless of the obstacles. Having such a strong-willed and courageous person in our team makes us proud and inspires us.
“Online education has multiple benefits, especially for people who are like me in a wheelchair. When it comes to e-learning, the school adapts to your needs, not the other way around. The Sport World School is one of the pioneers when it comes to online education focused on kids who are training sports. And what I appreciate the most is their methodology and program, carefully crafted with young athletes in mind.”
Learn More About the Sport World School
The Sport World School is an online elementary, middle, and high school for young athletes. We provide education for kids who want to build a sports career so they have trouble or can’t go to regular, traditional schools. With our certified programs, children get diplomas that are internationally recognized and accepted. Here you can learn more about our courses for each grade, and if you have any questions, feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can apply directly.
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