Dani Caverzaschi graduated from Runnymede College in 2011 when he joined Warwick University to read Economics, which he completed with a first class honours degree in 2014. During this time Dani became a wheelchair tennis Paralympian and has represented the Spanish national squad at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. He is now ranked #2 in Spain and #22 worldwide and trains hard every day to make it into the Grand Slam tournaments.
We are very pleased to be sponsoring Dani on his Paralympic journey, and he has become an active part of Runnymede school life, promoting values that have driven him to his academic and sporting achievements over the years.
For several years now, Dani Caverzaschi has visited the school, and been interviewed by our Junior School pupils. He shares his success story and inspiring views on how, with efficient time management and hard work, excellence in both academics and sports can be achieved, and how physical activity can help you become a better student.
Dani also took part in last year’s sponsored run and wheeled himself around the track for 8km contributing to raise more than €10.000 for Fundación Deporte Integra who help disabled people through sports.