Paralympians' Club

Paul Cartwright

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

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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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Danny Crates

Danny was a talented rugby player before losing his arm in a road accident while working and travelling in Australia in 1994.

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Andy Curtis

After losing his sight in 1991, with the help and support of several committed and enthusiastic guide runners,

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Kathy Davies

Kathy represented England at the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh.

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Mark Ding

Mark joined the British Amputee and Les Autres Sports Association in 1993 after a road traffic accident prevented him continuing with non-disabled athletics.

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Alun Francis

Alun was born in Nottingham.

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Tanni Grey Thompson

Tanni Grey-Thompson is perhaps one of Britain’s most recognised Paralympic athletes, having performed at world-class level for 20 years.

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