Graeme first got involved in the Athletics when he attended Beaumont College in Lancaster, and he has now been competing for over 12 years.
Michael is now a very experienced international who played at Everton FC Academy prior to his accident, alongside Wayne Rooney.
Andy first heard about Wheelchair Rugby when he was undergoing rehabilitation treatment following a Rugby injury in 1997. After watching his first match he was determined to start playing himself.
London 2012 was Will's second Paralympic Games, after he represented ParalympicsGB for the first time in Beijing.
Nick first sculled in July 2010 at Guildford Rowing Club as part of the rehabilitation programme at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court.
Dan was first introduced to Boccia at Treloar College in Hampshire and he has now been involved in the sport for over 12 years. His proudest moment in competition was winning the gold medal in Beijing in 2008.
At London 2012, James competed in his second Paralympic Games where he won bronze in the R5 10m Air Rifle Prone mixed SH2.
Niki made his second Games appearance at London 2012, where he and sailing partner Alexandra Rickham won bronze in the SKUD 18.
Natalie converted from Athletics in 1999 and has had a successful career in Powerlifting, representing ParalympicsGB at Sydney, Athens, Beijing and London.
On Paul's Paralympic debut at London 2012, he won a silver and bronze medal in the T36 400m and 800m.
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