After representing GB at three Paralympic Games and numerous UK, European and world swimming events.
Victoria was part of the Great Britain Paralympic swimming team in Barcelona 1992.
Rachelle has swum at 2 Paralympic Games as well as European and World Championships.
Andy first got into the pool before he could walk, using swimming as physiotherapy after contracting polio as a baby.
Since competing in Atlanta in 1996, Iain graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a bachelors degree in Sport in the Community and worked for the Irish Sports Council in Dublin from 1999-2003.
Beverly started swimming as part of her rehabilitation following a car accident in 1981.
David was ParalympicsGB’s youngest athlete at the Athens Games in 2004, aged just 15 he made the final of the 100m Backstroke.
Jenai competed at the Paralympic Games in Atlanta 1996 and achieved 4th position in 100 fly s10.
Chris is amongst Britain’s most prolific Paralympians, amassing 9 Gold Medals across 4 Games, including a peerless 6 at the Barcelona Games.
Peter Hull MBE is Sport Hampshire and Isle of Wight’s Disability Sport Development Officer.
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