Ameera Lee dreams of representing Australia in Para-archery at the Paralympic Games, and she will achieve that dream at the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.

After finding her start in Para-archery in 2016, it did not take Ameera long to attract the attention of one of the world’s most esteemed Para-archery coaches in Ricci Cheah. Together, they began working towards her selection to the Australian Para-archery team, and in 2018, Ameera made her green and gold debut.

On debut at the 2018 Para-archery European Circuit in Olbia, Italy, Ameera reached the quarter-finals of the women’s individual recurve/compound W1, and simultaneously put the rest of the world on notice for the following year’s 2019 World Archery Para Championships in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, where she looked primed and ready to achieve her first international podium finish.

For Ameera, becoming a Paralympian is about more than representing her country, as special as that is. She …

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Date of birth
1 February 1974
Physical Impairment – Multiple sclerosis
How acquired
Homebush, NSW
Medical secretary
Started competing
First competed for Australia
Sport career highlights

Representing Australia at the 2018 Para-archery European Circuit in Olbia, Italy

Greatest sporting moments

Watching the 2018 Commonwealth Games women’s pole vault final

Favourite quote
Get creative, be inspired and never give up


  • Sport: Para-archery Discipline: Individual compound Classification: W2

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