In 1962 Philip broke his neck in a car accident in Oxford (C8/T1 complete).
Ruth was a patient at the legendary Stoke Mandeville hospital from 1964 and competed at the Tel Aviv Games in 1968, winning gold in archery as well as a silver in table tennis.
Paul won gold in the 1964 Games in Tokyo in Table Tennis and went onto be European, Commonwealth and World Champion.
James competed in sport from 1969 to 2008.
Dzaier has a truly remarkable Paralympic career, competing at her first Games in 1984 in Athletics she won gold in the javelin, breaking the world record in the process.
Baroness Masham competed at the first Paralympic Games in 1960 where she won gold in the swimming pool by winning the 25 metres breaststroke.
Mark competed for Great Britain at the Sydney Paralympic Games in 2000.
An ex army physical training instructor, Anne was injured whilst training for a gymnastic event. Sport has always been a part of her life.
1984 New York/Stoke Mandeville - competed in athletics, swimming and table tennis
James made his Paralympic debut at the Stoke Mandeville 1984 Paralympics and has competed at every Games since, with his last appearance in Beijing 2008.
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