Paralympians' Club

Emily Jennings

Emily was aged only 15 years old when she struck gold in the 200m Individual Medley at the Atlanta Paralympic Games in 1996.

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Tracy Jones

Tracey started swimming competitively at the age of 15 and combined training with her studies at Dorton House School, Kent.

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Margaret Jones

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.

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Oliver Jones

Oliver grew up in London and competed for the London Regional team in National swimming competitions.

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Mike Kenny

Mike is Britain’s most successful Paralympic athlete ever amassing an incredible 16 gold medals across 4 Games.

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Dervis Konuralp

Dervis Konuralp has competed at four separate Paralympic games in which he has won 2 bronze medals.

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Rachael Latham

Rachael overcame significant injury to qualify for the Paralympic Games in 2008 in Beijing.

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Giles Long

As a youngster Giles’ was inspired by the American swimmer Mark Spitz.

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Martin Mansell

Martin Mansell has been involved in disability sport since 1975.

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Michael McCreadie

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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