London 2012

Matt Byrne

Matt is a double Paralympic bronze medallist who represented ParalympicsGB for the third time at London 2012.

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Terry Bywater

Terry is one the most experienced players in the men’s Wheelchair Basketball team and he competed at his fourth Paralympic Games at London 2012.

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Gaz Choudhry

Gaz, who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, started playing Wheelchair Basketball at the age of 13, after seeing a roadshow by the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association. He has now been competing for over 13 years.

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Amy Conroy

Amy made her Paralympic debut at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

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Natasha Davies

Natasha made her debut for GB at the BT Paralympic World Cup 2011 and was part of the GB U25 Women’s team that won bronze at the World U25 Championships in Canada in July 2011.

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Peter Finbow

Peter was first introduced to Wheelchair Basketball by former GB player Dan Johnson whilst in rehabilitation after a road traffic accident when he was 16 years old. He says that he was drawn in by the competitive element of the sport.

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Helen Freeman

Helen started playing the sport when she was just 12 years old and has now represented ParalympicsGB at two Paralympic Games.

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Sarah Grady

Sarah first competed in Wheelchair Basketball at Stoke Mandeville in 1997 when she was participating in the National Junior Games.

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Jon Hall

Jon had his first taste of Wheelchair Basketball aged 14 where he was due to compete in the Athletics events at the National Junior Games at Stoke Mandeville.

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Judith Hamer

Judith took up Wheelchair Basketball after attending a British Paralympic Association-run Paralympic Potential Day. She loved the fast pace of the sport and began playing with her local club in 2007.

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