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.
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.
Graeme first got involved in the Athletics when he attended Beaumont College in Lancaster, and he has now been competing for over 12 years.
On Paul's Paralympic debut at London 2012, he won a silver and bronze medal in the T36 400m and 800m.
After three seasons of competition, Olivia made her Paralympic debut at London 2012.
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.
Mickey took up Athletics after being spotted by Paralympian Deborah Brennan when she visited his school and saw him playing dodge ball.
Jamie made his debut for ParalympicsGB at London 2012, competing in the T34 100m/200m.
Formerly a keen ballet dancer, Libby took up athletics aged 10, first competing in middle distance and cross country running before taking up sprinting.
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