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  • Ryley Batt

    Ryley Batt is one of the greatest wheelchair rugby players the world has ever seen.

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  • Chris Bond

    International wheelchair rugby star Chris Bond was 19-years-old when he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia. He survived, but a bacterial infection took his left hand, right fingers ...

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  • Andrew Edmondson

    A career in sport was always on the cards for wheelchair rugby player Andrew Edmondson, who had only just accepted a scholarship to play rugby union at an elite private ...

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  • Ben Fawcett

    As much at home in the water and on snow as on land, Ben Fawcett has always enjoyed an active lifestyle, and a snowboarding accident at 18 did little to ...

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  • Andrew Harrison

    Andrew Harrison was 17 when he was first introduced to wheelchair rugby – by none other than three-time Paralympian Bryce Alman. He would go on to win two Paralympic gold ...

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  • Jake Howe

    Eight years ago, Jake Howe faced the very real prospect of never being able to hold his son. Just moments after texting his girlfriend, who was only three months’ pregnant ...

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  • Jason Lees

    Few can accuse Paralympic wheelchair rugby player Jason ‘Banger’ Lees of taking a back seat to life. Renowned for his on-court intimidation of some of the world’s most fearless athletes, ...

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  • Josh Nicholson

    Since making his international debut in 2017, wheelchair rugby player Josh Nicholson has proved time and again why he is one to watch in the lead-up to the Tokyo 2020 ...

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  • Mick Ozanne

    Mick Ozanne was a football star in the making when an accident while partying at 19 saw his life take a very different – albeit similar in one crucial way, ...

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  • Ryan Scott

    Before becoming a quadriplegic as a passenger in a car accident at 16, four-time Paralympian and long-time captain of the Australian wheelchair rugby team, the Steelers, Ryan Scott was an ...

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  • Jayden Warn

    Although 24-year-old Jayden Warn was the youngest member of the Australian wheelchair rugby team, the Steelers, at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, he was able to keep his inexperience under ...

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