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.
Maria started competing in Cerebral Palsy sports in 1971 and she competed for 16 years, retiring in 1987.
Emma took up powerlifting at a ‘have a go’ session at Stoke Mandeville.
James has had an extremely varied sporting career.
As a marathon runner, Stephen was crowned as Paralympic champion twice over two Paralympic Games.
Janice has won more Paralympic medals than any other British athlete, amassing an incredible 23 medals across 4 Paralympic Games.
Mark represented Great Britain as a swimmer at the Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 Paralympic Games, winning Silver and Bronze medals respectively.
Simon competed for Great Britain at the Seoul 1988 Paralympic Games, in both Track and Field Athletics, winning a Gold and Bronze medal.
As a Wheelchair Basketballer, Steven was selected to represent Great Britain at three Paralympic Games: Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000.
Kenny had a motorcycle accident in 1974 aged 16, resulting in a spinal injury and paralysis.
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