London 2012

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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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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Richard Dobell

Richard experienced early success in Volleyball when he represented England at U16 and junior level.

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Jessica Frezza

Jessica was first introduced to Sitting Volleyball by a friend and has quickly progressed through the sport to make her Paralympic debut in London.

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Andrea Green

Andrea views Sitting Volleyball as a fantastic team game which she feels is faster, more challenging and more exciting that the standing game.

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Ben Hall

Ben was introduced to Sitting Volleyball by a friend in 2009, having played the standing version of the sport prior to his accident.

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Claire Harvey

In 2009 she was spotted at a BPA Talent ID Day and she later made her debut for the women’s Sitting Volleyball team at the 2010 Kent International in a match against China.

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Jodi Hill

Jodi first learned about Sitting Volleyball when she was introduced to the sport by her current team-mate, Martine Wright.

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John Munro

John was introduced to Sitting Volleyball at the 2008 Amputee Games at Stoke Mandeville. He immediately demonstrated a talent for the sport and has been competing ever since, now playing for his local club, the East London Lynx.

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Jessica O’Brien

Jessica was first introduced to Sitting Volleyball at the Welsh Institute of Sport.

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