Paralympians' Club

Ademola Orogbemi

Ade was born in Nigeria and just missed out on the squad to represent Great Britain at the Paralympic Games in Athens in 2004.

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Sue Peel nee Conroy

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.

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Colin Price

Colin had an accident aged 18. Following his accident he first started to play wheelchair basketball at a spinal unit in Sheffield.

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Niki Stanton

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

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Sinclair Thomas

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.

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Mark Tong

Mark played Wheelchair Basketball from 1985 to 2005.

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Murray Treseder

Murray Played Wheelchair Basketball for GB, for a number of years.

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Kristina Veasey

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!

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Yvonne Waft

Yvonne played wheelchair basketball from 1987 - 1998, she then took a break then returned to the sport in 2009.

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Caz Walton

Caz has had an involvement in each Paralympic Games since 1964.

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