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Andrew Mullen

After showing promise in junior events, Andrew Mullen made his international debut as a 14-year old at the 2011 IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin.

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James Clegg

James Clegg comes from a sporty family with world champion sprinter and elder sister Libby a world and Paralympic medal winner in athletics.

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Josef Craig

After showing signs of potential in 2010 and 2011, Josef Craig burst on to the scene in 2012, earning a nomination for the London 2012 Paralympics after landing MC 400m Freestyle bronze at the British International Disability Swimming Championships in Sheffield.

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Sam Hynd

After showing promise with MC 100m Butterfly silver at the 2007 British Gas Swimming Championships, Sam Hynd gained international recognition by smashing the S8 400m Freestyle world record to win gold as a 17-year old at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics.

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