Meet Our Athletes

Extraordinary stories from inspiring individuals

Everyone has a story to tell. This is your chance to meet your paralympians and find out what drives them to keep on achieving their dreams.

Cam Crombie

Cam Crombie is aiming to make his Paralympic debut next year at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, but his résumé is already stacked. Since first representing…
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Cameron Carr

With a decade of experience playing wheelchair rugby at an elite level, Cameron Carr is one of the most accomplished athletes on the Australian wheelchair rugby…
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Carlee Beattie

While most athletes make their international debuts at a World Championships or Commonwealth Games, Carlee Beattie is unlike most athletes. Instead, the now two-time Paralympic medallist…
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Carol Cooke

Two-time Paralympian Carol Cooke is one of the most motivating figures in Australian sport. She first dreamed of representing her country as a 14-year-old Canadian national…
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Chad Perris

Chad ‘White Tiger’ Perris climbed the medal dais at his first Paralympic Games in 2016, winning a bronze medal in the men’s 100m T13 at the…
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Chris Bond

Before Chris Bond was an international wheelchair rugby star, he was a 19-year-old battling acute promyelocytic leukaemia. He survived, but lost his left hand, right fingers…
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