Paralympians' Club

Andrea Broadway-Parkinson

Andrea joined the Great Britain Wheelchair Tennis squad in 1992 after graduating from the University of York, where she studied Social Policy, in June 1992.

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Maria Brooks

Maria started competing in Cerebral Palsy sports in 1971 and she competed for 16 years, retiring in 1987.

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Emma Brown

Emma took up powerlifting at a ‘have a go’ session at Stoke Mandeville.

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James Brown

James has had an extremely varied sporting career.

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Stephen Brunt

As a marathon runner, Stephen was crowned as Paralympic champion twice over two Paralympic Games.

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Janice Burton MBE

Janice has won more Paralympic medals than any other British athlete, amassing an incredible 23 medals across 4 Paralympic Games.

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Mark Butler

Mark represented Great Britain as a swimmer at the Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 Paralympic Games, winning Silver and Bronze medals respectively.

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Simon Butler

Simon competed for Great Britain at the Seoul 1988 Paralympic Games, in both Track and Field Athletics, winning a Gold and Bronze medal.

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Steven Caine

As a Wheelchair Basketballer, Steven was selected to represent Great Britain at three Paralympic Games: Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000.

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Kenneth Cairns

Kenny had a motorcycle accident in 1974 aged 16, resulting in a spinal injury and paralysis.

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