Disability is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 20101. However, there is no specific sporting exception since the tests for discrimination, including failure to make reasonable adjustments and justification, do not outlaw the situation where, even with reasonable adjustments, a disabled person is not reasonably able to take part in a sporting event or competition with less-disabled or able-bodied competitors
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