Gemma made her first Games appearance at London 2012, after more than 11 years of competing in Swimming.
Jim 'the swim’ Anderson was one of the more experienced members of the British team selected for London 2012, having competed at every Paralympic Games since Barcelona 1992.
Jessica-Jane made her Paralympic debut at London 2012, where she won gold in the 200m Freestyle (S14).
Jack, or ‘Bridgey’ as he is known by the nickname that has passed from father to son, has been swimming since he was four years old.
Claire competed at her third Paralympic Games at London 2012, where she won two silvers and a bronze.
James started Swimming whilst he was at school and he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Josef loved being in the pool from a very young age and was introduced to Swimming when he was nine years old. He made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
James represented ParalympicsGB for the third time in London, returning to the pool after surgery on his shoulder prevented him from competing in Beijing.
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.
Chloe, a British record holder in the 100m Backstroke (S14), competed at her first Paralympic Games in London.
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