Emily was aged only 15 years old when she struck gold in the 200m Individual Medley at the Atlanta Paralympic Games in 1996.
Tracey started swimming competitively at the age of 15 and combined training with her studies at Dorton House School, Kent.
Margaret was involved in Paralympic sports for around nine years in the 1960s/1970s, traveling around the UK attending competitions and to the 1968 Paralympic Games in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Oliver grew up in London and competed for the London Regional team in National swimming competitions.
Mike is Britain’s most successful Paralympic athlete ever amassing an incredible 16 gold medals across 4 Games.
Dervis Konuralp has competed at four separate Paralympic games in which he has won 2 bronze medals.
Rachael overcame significant injury to qualify for the Paralympic Games in 2008 in Beijing.
As a youngster Giles’ was inspired by the American swimmer Mark Spitz.
Martin Mansell has been involved in disability sport since 1975.
A member of the team that won silver at the Turin Paralympic Winter Games, Michael is also a double world champion (2004, 2005).
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