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Harriet Lee

Harriet Lee made an immediate impact after being classified as an 18-year old in January 2010, sealing a place at the 2010 IPC World Championships in Eindhoven where she landed SB9 100m Breaststroke gold in emphatic style.

While she missed the 2011 IPC European Championships due to illness and injury, Lee recovered in time to make her Paralympic debut at London 2012.

Having waited until the final day of swimming at the Games to compete in her favourite SB9 100m Breast event, Lee landed her first Paralympic medal with an emotional bronze in front of a home crowd.

She improved again the following season, winning her first British Champs medal with MC 100m Breaststroke bronze, then winning another IPC World Championship medal with silver in the SB9 100m Breaststroke in Montreal.

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