Ola made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, where he won bronze in the T46 100m.
Jonathan made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, competing in the F34 Shot Put.
Tom was a Paralympic gold medallist at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games in the Arms and Shoulders only men’s Single Scull boat class (ASM1x). He competed at his second Games in London.
Kenny made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Gemma made her first Games appearance at London 2012, after more than 11 years of competing in Swimming.
Jim 'the swim’ Anderson was one of the more experienced members of the British team selected for London 2012, having competed at every Paralympic Games since Barcelona 1992.
David enjoys Wheelchair Rugby because it’s a hard-hitting, fast and exciting sport. He made his Paralympic debut in front of a home crowd at London 2012.
Jessica-Jane made her Paralympic debut at London 2012, where she won gold in the 200m Freestyle (S14).
Hollie first tried Javelin when she attended a Star Track Athletics course during her summer holiday. She made her Paralympic debut in Beijing, aged just 14 years old.
Natasha has been surrounded by horses all her life and began her competitive career at her local RDA in South Buckinghamshire when she was nine years old.
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