Boccia player Dan Michel is a Paralympic champion in the making.
At the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Dan became the first Australian athlete to compete in boccia at the Paralympic Games in 16 years. Although he absorbed as much experience as he could, he has always been focussed on winning a Paralympic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Dan’s relentless pursuit is evident to all those around him and his improvement as a player is matched only by his desire to turn his dream of Paralympic glory into reality.
In an unbelievable start to his international career, Dan first represented Australia at the 2013 BISFed Asia and Oceania Boccia Championships in Sydney, NSW, where he placed fifth in the mixed individual BC3 and qualified for the 2014 BISFed Boccia World Championships in Beijing, China. An international debut is a major life event for anyone, but for Dan, that …Read More