London 2012

Phil Bottomley

Phil made his Paralympic debut competing at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, competing in the Men's Individual Recurve (Open).

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Samantha Bowen

Now with over a dozen GB caps to her name, Samantha made her debut for the British team at the 2011 European Championships playing against Germany.

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Olivia Breen

After three seasons of competition, Olivia made her Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Jack Bridge

Jack, or ‘Bridgey’ as he is known by the nickname that has passed from father to son, has been swimming since he was four years old.

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Amy Brierly

Amy was first encouraged to try Sitting Volleyball by the Federation of Disability Sport in Wales. She immediately took to the sport, finding it to be a fast-paced team game that demands a high level of skill from the athletes.
 

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Pippa Britton

Pippa made her Paralympic debut at the Beijing Paralympic Games in 2008, and she made her second Games appearance in London.

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Victoria Bromley

Victoria started playing Table Tennis when she was 10 years old and she began playing with her local club. She made her Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Steve Brown

Steve captained ParalympicsGB's Wheelchair Rugby team at London 2012.

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Sally Brown

Sally was first introduced to Athletics whilst at primary school. She soon found that she was a talented sprinter and developed a real passion for the sport. She has now been competing for more than seven years.

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Danielle Brown MBE

Double Paralympic champion Danielle Brown burst onto the international scene in 2007, winning double gold at the World Championships aged just 17.

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