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Liz

Johnson

After being introduced to swimming at the age of 3, following advice that it would help with her cerebral palsy, Liz Johnson has been crowned Paralympic Champion, laid the final tile in the London 2012 aquatic centre, was bestowed the honour of reading the athlete’s oath at the Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Paralympic Games, and claimed another Paralympic medal in her home Games.

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At just 14, Liz was already competing at a national level, before making the British team shortly after.

In 2006, Liz claimed two Gold medals at the IPC World Championships, successfully building on the successes at the Athens Paralympics, where she won a Silver medal.

A few years later, Liz fulfilled a lifetime ambition by winning Gold at the 2008 Paralympics, dedicating it to her mother, who sadly passed away during the Games...

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