Hammer's Photo Gallery

Take a moment and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Queenstown, Ellendale, Roland, Cethana and more with this amazing photo gallery from the 2015 Targa Tasmania.

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The Determination of Hammer

“If I can encourage one person with a disability to be active and live well, and if I can tell them about a product or service that will help them achieve that, then that’s a great day for me.”

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Tommy Tornado's Story

Hammer catches up with Tom and shares his story about what Sporting Wheelies means to him and why the association is so important to the community.

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On Track & On Target

We have raised $119,103.16 of our $250,000 goal! Every dollar makes a difference, so please jump on board and support us.

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The Dream

Finally Hammer will realise his dream of the past 20 years, by competing in the Targa Tasmania with his son Baxter. Read more

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Superior Tech

The first Targa competitor to use this ground-breaking wireless hand control technology for drivers with spinal cord injury.

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Lachlan's Story

Hammer catches up with Lachlan and shares his story about what Sporting Wheelies means to him and why the association is so important to the community.

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John's Story

Hammer catches up with John and shares his story about what Sporting Wheelies means to him and why the association is so important to the community.

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Geoff's Story

Hammer catches up with Geoff and shares his story about what Sporting Wheelies means to him and why the association is so important to the community.

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Jos's Story

Hammer catches up with Jos and shares her story about what Sporting Wheelies means to her and why the association is so important to the community.

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WE HAVE RAISED $119,103.16 OF OUR $250,000 GOAL


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The Cause

The money raised will help people with life-changing injuries and disabilities. It will help to fund the Association’s rehabilitation and fitness services for people with disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, to maximise their physical recovery and mental wellbeing. It will also be used to deliver specialised sports programs so they can keep active, live life to the full and achieve their personal best.