Kieran has dyspraxia and in his early school days he suffered from not being able to do the practical tasks which are so normal in primary education. However, at the age of six he showed an aptitude for riding his bike which is unusual for children with dyspraxia. As a result of his skills he was bought a small motorbike and went on to be regional champion at grass track for his age until he was eleven. Unfortunately, he then couldn't continue to compete against others with sponsorship and access to specialist mechanics. However, at sixteen he began going to the gym and then took up kick boxing and has now risen to a Brown Belt. He also runs half marathons and always competes in the London 10K Road Race for the Dyspraxia Foundation. He is an inspiration for children and adults with dyspraxia through his 'never give up` attitude.