Paralympians' Club

Paul Cartwright

Paul was a class 4 national wheelchair racing champion and record holder through out the 1980s.

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Emma Cattle

Emma has been representing Great Britain since 2006 when she was selected for the World Championships in South Africa.

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Mark Chard

Mark started swimming in 1981 whilst at school.

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Mark Cheaney

Mark competed as a Wheelchair Basketball player for Great Britain from 1987-2000.

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Robert Churchill

Robert had been playing table tennis against non-disabled players for 20 years when the “Les Autres” disability category was welcomed into the Paralympic Movement, allowing him to compete at the 1984 Games.

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Kenny Churchill

Kenny has thrown javelin for Great Britain at an incredible 5 Paralympic Games.

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Josie Cichockyj

Josie represented Great Britain at the Paralympics in 1984, 1988 and 1996, competing in both Wheelchair Basketball and Athletics.

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Mary Clark

Initally, Mary competed in the Rotary Games in Stoke Mandeville.

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Chris Clarke

Having always been a keen sportsman, following a road traffic accident in 1980 where he lost his right leg above knee, the sight out of his left eye, and some movement of the left hand, he thouht his days of competing in sport were over.

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Neil Cornelius

During his career, Neil played 7-a-side Football for Chelsea and Great Britain.

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