Skating at high speeds, just inches from the ice, might not seem like the most relaxing pastime but the Cardiff Huskies wouldn’t be anywhere else on a Sunday evening.
Their players will travel for hours just to get on the ice and for most of them it’s their passion.
Ice hockey is known for its physicality and the sledge version of the sport is no different.
Players have an adapted sledge to sit on, two short stick to propel themselves and hit the puck, and a lot of safety gear.
The sport is accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
Players are strapped to the sledge so everybody has the same restrictions, whether they have a disability or not.
Chris Smart is a lifelong ice hockey fan and took up the sport after breaking his knee.
Andrew Swinfon was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when he was 18 and says he loves the sport.
The Cardiff Huskies compete against other teams in the British Para Ice Hockey league and they travel all over the UK for a puck drop.