London 2012

Daniel Bentley

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.

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Jessica Hunter

Jessica studied at Treloar College in Hampshire, where she first started playing Boccia. 

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Scott McCowan

Scott made his international debut at the 2009 European Championships in Porto, Portugal, where he finished in 17th place.

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Stephen McGuire

Stephen made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, in both the Individual and Pairs events.

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Peter McGuire

Peter was introduced to Boccia by his brother. They made their Paralympic debut in London.

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Nigel Murray MBE

Nigel Murray is Britain’s most successful Boccia player, having won two golds, one silver and one bronze medal from four Games appearances. He is the fifth most successful player of all time. 

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Zoe Robinson

London 2012 was Zoe's second Paralympic Games, after she competed as part of the team that won the gold medal in Beijing.

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David Smith

On his Paralympic debut, David was part of the gold medal winning BC1/BC2 Team in Beijing.

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Jacob Thomas

Jacob started playing Boccia aged nine whilst still at primary school. After becoming Welsh and British Champion in 2010, he became part of the first British team to compete in the BC3 event since 1996.

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