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Jane Blackburn

Jane Blackburn competed in five Paralympic Games from 1972 to 1992 in Table Tennis, Archery and Lawn Bowls.Read more

George Brogan

George was a patient at Stoke Mandeville in 1964 where he took up archery.Read more

James Brown

James won gold as a visually impaired runner at the 1984 Summer Games in New YorkRead more

Peter Carruthers

Peter, a wheelchair racer, competed at the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea.Read more

Paul Cartwright

Paul Cartwright started wheelchair racing in 1978 and competed in the 1984 Stoke Mandeville GamesRead more

Sophie Christiansen

Sophie made her first appearance at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games. She is Britain's first triple Paralympic Gold medal winner.Read more

Danny Crates

Danny competed at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics and at the 2004 Athens Paralympics where he won GoldRead more

Sir Philip Craven

Sir Philip Craven played wheelchair basketball in the 1960s competing as a member of the GB team from the 1968 Tel Aviv Games until the European Championships in 1994.Read more

Susan Cunliffe-Lister

Susan Cunliffe-Lister competed in several Paralympic Games winning medals for table tennis in 1960, 1964 and 1968Read more

Iain Dawson

Iain Dawson is a visually impaired multi-sport athlete. He competed at the Sydney 2000 Paralympics in track and road cycling events.Read more

Anne Dunham

Anne Dunham was a very successful member of the GB Equestrian Team at 5 Paralympics starting at Atlanta in 1996, through to Rio de Janeiro in 2016Read more

Tara Flood

Tara won medals at the 1984 New York, 1988 Seoul and 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games and competed in numerous UK, European and world swimming eventsRead more

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson

Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson represented Great Britain at her first Paralympics in 1988. Since then she has competed and won medals at 4 Paralympic Games.Read more

Tony Griffin

Tony Griffin is one of Britain's most celebrated medal winning Paralympians, having won a total of 38 medals.Read more

Ernie Guild

Ernie Guild competed in athletics for Great Britain in 3 Paralympic Games; Seoul, Barcelona and Atlanta.Read more

John Harris

John Harris became the world record holder in the discus, winning gold at the 1984 Summer ParalympicsRead more

Sally Haynes

Sally competed for Great Britain at the first Paralympic Games in Rome 1960 and went on to compete at a 3 further Games.Read more

Chris Holmes

Chris Holmes swam at four Paralympics, starting at Seoul in 1988 through to Sydney in 2000.Read more

Simon Jackson

Simon Jackson is Great Britain's most successful judo player of all time amassing an incredible 3 Paralympic, 3 World and 16 European gold medals.Read more

Mike Kenny

Mike Kenny started swimming at the Stoke Mandeville National Games in 1973 before going on to be the UK’s most successful Paralympic athlete to date with a total of 16 gold and 2 silver medals.Read more

Rainer Kuschall

Rainer Küschall began competed in the Summer Paralympics of 1968 at table tennis. From 1982 onwards, he went into wheelchair racing and broke the world record for almost every distance.Read more

Philip Lewis

Philip Lewis competed at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 1964 and Heidelberg in 1972 winning silver in the table tennis doubles.Read more

Margaret Maughan

Britain’s first ‘Paralympic’ gold medal was won by Margaret Maughan for archery at the Rome Games in 1960Read more

Bob Matthews

Bob Matthews was one of Britain's most successful Paralympic athletes. Competing in blind middle and long-distance running events he won a total of 13 Paralympic medals.Read more