Having haemophilia doesn't need to stop you taking part in sports and activities but we know it can make things more challenging.
Paul, Ishmael, Joshua, James and Henry are boys with haemophilia, but they don't let it stand in their way. Here they share their stories in their own words.
Nine-year-old Henry, who has haemophilia A, loves swimming and cycling, but he's always on the lookout for new activities. Here, he talks about how he's getting faster and stronger every day.
When Paul saw his older brother practising in the nets as a child, he knew cricket was what he wanted to do. Fast-forward more than a decade, and a 17-year-old Paul is a high performing player for his county... who happens to have severe haemophilia A.
Thirteen-year-old Ishmael has severe haemophilia B. He's hugely passionate about climbing, which he first discovered at a local club. Here, he talks about why haemophilia won't hold him back.
Joshua is 12 years old, and has severe haemophilia A. Here, he talks about overcoming an illness to fulfil his ambition to master riding a bike.
Here are some ideas to get you started – and they’re not all organised sports!