During his career, Neil played 7-a-side Football for Chelsea and Great Britain.
Tonys first international competition was in 1976 and his Paralympic career reached its pinnacle 8 years later.
Alyn was born with Cerebral Palsy, which left him unable to communicate until the age of 14, up until then it was thought that there was no point in Alyn receiving any education.
Mark was a member of the 7 a side Football team for the 1992 Paralympic Games in Barcelona
Keiran played for scotland and GB in 7-a-side football.
Jordan captained the Great Britain 7-a-side football team at his first Paralympic Games in Beijing in 2008, aged just 18 years old.
Leon was the First Olympic Torchbearer of the Day as the flame left his home City of Derby - this is right up there with his sporting achievements!
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