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Rachael is a former Paralympic swimmer who competed in Beijing 2008 and is the current European record holder for 200m butterfly, world record holder for 50m butterfly and 200m backstroke British record holder. She won bronze and silver at the world championships aged just 17… Read more

Jordan Jarrett-Bryan is a Channel 4 News sports reporter, DJ, and journalist. Jarrett-Bryan started in journalism as editor of the youth publication, Live Magazine and then ATM Magazine. During this time he wrote freelance for magazines and newspapers including Dazed & Confused, DJ, Sunday Times,… Read more

Iwan Thomas MBE – born 5 January 1974 in Bromley – is a sprinter who represented Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the Olympic Games in the 400 m, and Wales at the Commonwealth Games. Thomas is the current UK record holder at 400m with… Read more

Giles Long MBE is a retired British swimmer, TV presenter & commentator Giles was part of the UK Channel 4 presenting and commentary team for the London 2012 Paralympics. On the lead up to the 2012 Paralympics he presented the IPC World Swimming Championships in… Read more

Daráine Mulvihill is the daughter of Liam Mulvihill, the former director general of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). A survivor of meningitis, she lost both her legs due to the illness when she was 16. She was so ill she was not expected to live… Read more

Danny Crates covered the 2012 Paralympic games for Channel 4 television. One of GB’s most successful Paralympic athletes, Danny was a gold medallist in the T46 class at the 2004 Paralympics over 800m and was GB’s flag bearer in Beijing in 2008, when he was… Read more

Bob Ballard is a BBC reporter and commentator Bob commentated on the swimming and diving during the London 2012 Olympic Games and the 2012 Paralympics Games.

Ann Wild OBE is retired a British wheelchair basketball player. She was part of Great Britain’s women’s wheelchair basketball team at the 1988, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Paralympics. After retiring from basketball, Wild attempted to qualify for 2012 Summer Paralympics in London in… Read more

Alex Brooker was apart of Channel 4’s Paralympics 2012 team. He graduated from Liverpool John Moores University before joining the Liverpool Echo as a part time writer and is currently a sports journalist for the Press Association. He was also part of the Great Britain… Read more

Adam Hills – born 10 July 1970 – is an Australian comedian and television presenter. He has appeared on Australian and British television and is best known in Australia for his role hosting the Australian ABC music trivia show Spicks and Specks and in Britain… Read more

Ade Adepitan was a presenter for Channel 4’s Paralympics 2012 coverage. A legend of the wheelchair basketball court, Ade achieved a lifetime ambition when he made the 2000 Paralympics. Four years later he won a bronze medal at the 2004 Games in Athens, nailing two… Read more

Jonathan Edwards’ achievements on the track have earned him a place in history as one of the World’s greatest and most admired athletes. Almost 17 years after his incredible efforts in Gothenburg, Jonathan Edwards still holds the world record for the triple jump at 18.29m…. Read more

Clare Balding is a freelance presenter, writer and broadcaster. She has worked in radio for 15 years and been a leading sports presenter on television since becoming the face of the BBC’s racing output in 1998. Since then, she has worked on four Olympic Games,… Read more

Georgie is currently a presenter on ESPN, Sky News and TalkSport Georgie Bingham joined Sky Sports News in January 2004. However, it is not the first time Georgie has worked at Sky’s Osterley site. After graduating in Communication and Cultural Studies at Leeds University, she… Read more

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