Three-time Paralympian Madeleine Hogan was a feature of international Para-athletics competitions for nearly a decade.

She first represented Australia as a 19-year-old at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Holding her own in the field of 12, she beat her personal best by a little under four metres to win the Australian Para-athletics team’s first medal of the Games, a bronze in the women’s javelin F42-46.

Over the next three years, Madeleine worked tirelessly with five-time Paralympian John Eden to improve her strength and technique, culminating in winning the women’s javelin F46 world title at the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships in Christchurch, New Zealand. She did not know it at the time, but in two cruel twists of fate, those World Championships would be her last.

Madeleine won a bronze medal in the women’s javelin F46 at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, but the four years that followed were plagued …

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Date of birth
7 December 1988
Sport
Para-athletics
Past Paralympic Games

Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016

Impairment
Physical Impairment – Left upper limb deficiency
How acquired
Congenital
Residence
Ferntree Gully, VIC
Occupation
Business development manager
Started competing
2007
First competed for Australia
2008
Sport career highlights

Winning a bronze medal in the women’s javelin F46 at the London 2012 Paralympic Games

Greatest sporting moments

Cathy Freeman winning a gold medal in the women’s 400m at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games

Favourite quote
Two hands for beginners

Disciplines

  • Sport: Para-athletics Discipline: Javelin Classification: F46

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