Paralympians' Club

Philip Lewis

In 1962 Philip broke his neck in a car accident in Oxford (C8/T1 complete).

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Ruth Lindsay

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.

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Paul Lyall

Paul won gold in the 1964 Games in Tokyo in Table Tennis and went onto be European, Commonwealth and World Champion.

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James Munkley

James competed in sport from 1969 to 2008.

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Dzaier Neil

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.

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Baroness Masham of Ilton

Baroness Masham competed at the first Paralympic Games in 1960 where she won gold in the swimming pool by winning the 25 metres breaststroke.

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Mark Palmer

Mark competed for Great Britain at the Sydney Paralympic Games in 2000.

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Anne Peskey

An ex army physical training instructor, Anne was injured whilst training for a gymnastic event. Sport has always been a part of her life.

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Jane Quantrill (Peters)

1984 New York/Stoke Mandeville - competed in athletics, swimming and table tennis

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James Rawson

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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