I was diagnosed with a rare bone condition at the age of seven, which has meant that I’m in a wheelchair full time.
I didn’t get to take part in PE lessons or sports days at school and I never thought I’d ever be able to play sport again.
But when I was 12, I discovered wheelchair basketball by chance - it changed my life.
I now play at a high level, for Great Britain under 23s and the Carlisle Panthers.
But most important has been the social aspect of it - the getting out and having fun with a team.
I think people who are disabled can often write themselves off from sport, or not realise the opportunities that are out there.
I want to change that – and show what a difference it can make to your life when you get involved in sport.
Fixer Daniel Ewin supported me with this Fix.
Me and my friends want young people to know that calories aren't the enemy!
Mary-Anne White and Lucy Wills