At London 2012, Jon-Allan made his Paralympic debut and won three silver medals.
Mark made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, winning a gold and two silver medals.
An established athlete on the British Paralympic team, Jody had a successful Paralympic career in the pool before making a transition to the Cycling team before the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.
Karen made her Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Fiona is a sighted Tandem pilot. After leaving school, Fiona re-discovered physical activity whilst training to pass the Police entrance fitness test in 2000.
Neil made his Paralympic debut on the Athletics track in Beijing, in 2008, before making the transition to compete in Cycling at London 2012.
Anthony made his Paralympic debut in Beijing, where he became a double gold medallist.
A multiple World and Paralympic Champion, London 2012 was Darren’s third Paralympic Games.
Crystal made her Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Craig has had a strong interest in Cycling from a young age, after he took up BMX Riding in the 1980s. He competed at his first Paralympic Games in London, as a sighted tandem pilot.
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