Tracey Hinton

Tracey was one of the most experienced British athletes to compete at London 2012, with competitive experience of six Paralympic Games.

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    London 12, Beijing 08, Athens 04, Sydney 00, Atlanta 96, Barcelona 92

Throughout her sporting career, Tracey has won three silver and three bronze medals at Paralympic level.

Just prior to the home Games, UKA announced that Tracey would share captaincy of ParalympicsGB's athletics teams at London 2012 with her team-mate Stephen Miller.

"It only takes one run, one jump, one throw... If we can leave the stadium and know that we've competed to the best of our ability then it's a job well done."Tracey Hinton

At London 2012, Tracey recorded season's best times in both the T11 100m and 200m.

Tracey has a visual impairment and runs with a guide runner, Steffan Hughes

Major Results

  • 2012 London Paralympic Games
  • T11 100m: 3rd (rd1 ht2)
    T11 200m: 3rd (s/f 2)
  • 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games
  • T11 100m: 6th
    T11 200m: 4th
    T12 400m: 2n (rd1 ht1)
  • 2004 Athens Paralympic Games
  • T12 400m: Semi-final
    T12 800m: 4th
  • 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games
  • T11 200m: bronze
    T11 400m: bronze
    T12 800m: silver
  • 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games
  • T11 100m: 6th
  • 1992 Barcelona Paralympic Games
  • 100m B1: bronze
    200m B1: silver
    400m B1: silver
  • 2012 IPC Athletics European Championships, Stadskanaal, Holland
  • T11 100m: gold
    T11 200m: gold
  • 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • T11 100m: 4th
    T11 200m: bronze
    T11 400m: silver


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