Karl is a successful national and international disability athlete in restricted growth class 3, having won 23 medals including 16 golds. He competes in 60m, 100m, 200m, 4x100m, javelin, able-bodied 1 mile/5k, boccia and shooting. He walked around Anglesey Coastal Path in 2009 (150 miles in 11 days), to raise funds for the World Dwarf Games; and promotes sport for people with restricted growth, and those with other disabilities. Outside of sports, he does voluntary and community work, having demonstrated textile crafts and run stalls at fairs. He has worked in student media/politics; and volunteered at forest and botanical gardens, organic farms, community centres, charity shops, Race for Life, and environmental groups. He has also done liter picking, and advocacy work for the homeless. Karl works with anti-racism campaigns and multi-cultural groups; and meanwhile passed courses in seven languages including Welsh at evening classes.Yes, this story is correct! My nominator Linda Rogers, to whom I am very grateful, is a teacher in North Wales, but has Dyslexia. Not her fault, and the only correction required is that the correct spelling is 'litter' not 'liter'. -Karl Sadil.