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Stephanie Slater

Steph Slater was a talented able-bodied age group swimmer and won her first British Championship medal with 50m Breaststroke silver at the 2010 Champs in Manchester.

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Amy Marren

Amy Marren burst on to the scene with some stand-out performances as a 13-year old, earning selection to her first Paralympic squad at London 2012.

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Chloe Davies

Chloe Davies’ breakthrough moment came in 2011 when she broke the British S14 short course 200m Backstroke record at the tender age of 12.

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Jessica-Jane Applegate

Jessica-Jane Applegate’s first real taste of success was at the 2011 British International Disability Championships where she found herself gracing the international podium at just 15 years old.

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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.

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Hannah Russell

Hannah Russell broke through in the S12 visually impaired classification in 2011, winning MC 100m Backstroke bronze on her British Gas Swimming Championships debut in Manchester.

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Eleanor Simmonds

Ellie Simmonds burst into the public consciousness when she won double gold as a 13-year old at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.

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Charlotte Henshaw

Charlotte Henshaw set the bar high with some stand-out performances in her early career, representing Paralympics GB as a 21-year old at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing.

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