Ade was born in Nigeria and just missed out on the squad to represent Great Britain at the Paralympic Games in Athens in 2004.
Sue began playing wheelchair basketball in 1988 and went on to represent GB Womens Wheelchair Basketball for the first time at the Europeans in Berlin, 1993.
Colin had an accident aged 18. Following his accident he first started to play wheelchair basketball at a spinal unit in Sheffield.
As well as being a member of the GB Womens Wheelchair Basketball team in Atlanta 1996, Niki has also attained B.A. English Degree from SUNY University New York USA
Sinclair started playing basketball at the age of 13 and went onto compete at the top level for twenty years winning medals at European, World and Paralympic levels.
Mark played Wheelchair Basketball from 1985 to 2005.
Murray Played Wheelchair Basketball for GB, for a number of years.
When Kristina was growing up she was always enthusiastic about sport, she began using a wheelchair at the age of 21 and it was then that she discovered wheelchair basketball and was hooked!
Yvonne played wheelchair basketball from 1987 - 1998, she then took a break then returned to the sport in 2009.
Caz has had an involvement in each Paralympic Games since 1964.
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