Paul was a class 4 national wheelchair racing champion and record holder through out the 1980s.
Kenny has thrown javelin for Great Britain at an incredible 5 Paralympic Games.
Josie represented Great Britain at the Paralympics in 1984, 1988 and 1996, competing in both Wheelchair Basketball and Athletics.
Initally, Mary competed in the Rotary Games in Stoke Mandeville.
Danny was a talented rugby player before losing his arm in a road accident while working and travelling in Australia in 1994.
After losing his sight in 1991, with the help and support of several committed and enthusiastic guide runners,
Kathy represented England at the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh.
Mark joined the British Amputee and Les Autres Sports Association in 1993 after a road traffic accident prevented him continuing with non-disabled athletics.
Alun was born in Nottingham.
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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