Aled Davies (discus F42, shot put F42)
Georgie Hermitage (400m T37, 100m T37)
Sophie Hahn (200m T38, 100m T38)
Kadeena Cox (400m T38)
Hannah Cockroft (100m T34, 400m T34, 800m T34)
Sophie Kamlish (100m T44)
Olivia Breen (long jump T38)
Jonnie Peacock (100m T44)
Samantha Kinghorn (100m T53, 200m T53)
Richard Whitehead (200m T42)
Hollie Arnold (javelin throw F46)
Stef Reid (long jump T44)
Kadeena Cox (100m T38)
Jonathan Broom-Edwards (high jump T44)
Toby Gold (100m T33)
Kare Adenegan (100m T34)
Polly Maton (T47 long jump)
Jordan Howe (T35 100m)
Mickey Bushell (T53 100m)
Kyron Duke (Shot put F41)
Stephen Miller (club throw F32)
Richard Chiassaro (400m T54)
Issac Towers (800m T34)
Kare Adenegan (400m T34)
Sammi Kinghorn (400m T53, 800m T34)
Maria Lyle (100m T35, 200m T35)
Richard Whitehead (100m T42)
Andrew Small (100m T33)
David Henson (200m T42)
Kadeena Cox (200m T38)
Gemma Prescott (club throw F32)
Proud to get this stamp
First impressions don’t always count – on landing at Galeão Airport, in Rio de Janeiro, only to discover that the arranged lift was not available. This led to a journey off over 2 hours with a taxi driver that couldn’t speak English, taking a route that was hard to digest and it still holds a lasting impression in my mind. it was also the opening ceremony night in the Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro and the realisation that attending was not to be …..
GOSH – was not expecting to have this vision of Brazil on route from the airport to our hotel ….
The start of a Rio experience is like a dream: but I am not dreaming….
Gosh – here in Rio for the Paralympic Games and intending to visit seven events!
Feeling like a millionaire, safe and surrounded by so many great athletes – how amazing is that!