London 2012

David Anthony

David enjoys Wheelchair Rugby because it’s a hard-hitting, fast and exciting sport. He made his Paralympic debut in front of a home crowd at London 2012.

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Andy Barrow

Andy first heard about Wheelchair Rugby when he was undergoing rehabilitation treatment following a Rugby injury in 1997. After watching his first match he was determined to start playing himself.

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Steve Brown

Steve captained ParalympicsGB's Wheelchair Rugby team at London 2012.

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Jonathan Coggan

Jonathan has been involved in Wheelchair Rugby since 2001 and he made his Paralympic debut for the British team at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games.
 

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Kylie Grimes

After her accident, Kylie knew that we wanted to continue playing sport and as soon as she saw her first game of Wheelchair Rugby, she says she knew it was the sport for her.

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Bulbul Hussain

Bulbul is originally from Bangladesh but now lives in Whitechapel and he is one of the more experienced members of the British Wheelchair Rugby team.

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Mike Kerr

Mike started competing in Wheelchair Rugby in 2002, when he began playing for a local club.
 

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Ross Morrison

Ross first started playing Wheelchair Rugby in 1998 and he made his debut for the British team at the 2002 Roosevelt Challenge tournament, in Warm Springs, USA. He made his Paralympic debut at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games.

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Myles Pearson

Myles used to play Wheelchair Tennis. He initially started playing Wheelchair Rugby for the fitness benefits that it brought, but he fell in love with the sport as it is a fast-paced game and he enjoyed being part of a highly supportive team.

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Josie Pearson MBE

Josie began playing Wheelchair Rugby in 2005 and was the first woman to represent ParalympicsGB in the sport when she made her Games debut in Beijing in 2008.

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