Kenny made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Phil made his Paralympic debut competing at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, competing in the Men's Individual Recurve (Open).
Pippa made her Paralympic debut at the Beijing Paralympic Games in 2008, and she made her second Games appearance in London.
Double Paralympic champion Danielle Brown burst onto the international scene in 2007, winning double gold at the World Championships aged just 17.
Paul was first introduced to Archery when he was still at school, but he began to get more seriously involved in the sport in 2005.
John is a four-time Paralympian, who has been competing at international level for over 16 years.
A bronze medallist from Beijing, Mel competed at her second Paralympic Games at London 2012.
Richard has been competing in the sport for 19 years and trains with the Bowmen of Bruntwood, in Stockport.
At London 2012, Kate made her second consecutive Games appearance for ParalympicsGB.
John was a gold medallist at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, where he also shot a Paralympic Games record for 12 arrows, scoring 117 out of a possible 120 during his round of 16 match against America’s Eric Bennett.
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