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Stephanie Slater

A Games Maker at London’s Paralympics 2012, Stephanie used to be a competitor able-bodied, In the Great Britain team, mind on the Olympics, Even tho’ since 11 her eyes were bad, crummier. One day when she was training in a 50m sprint, She felt a sharp, sudden pain shoot down her arm, Which she just ignored, but it soon re-emerged, Such that today she’s possesses nerve damage. She’s a para-swimmer and competes in contests, With other disabled sportsmen and sportswomen, Her first competition as such was in Sheffield city, 2013, the British International Swimming Champs. So at the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow, 2014, Stephanie won a silver for the 100m freestyle, And then in Eindhoven which is in the Netherlands, 7 golds: 1 for back, 1 fly, 3 free, 1 relay, 2 medley. In Funchal which is on Madeira, Portugal, in 2016, On this approach to Rio Stephanie won 2 golds, At the European Championships highly spirited, 1 for the 50m freestyle and 1 for the 100m butterfly. In Rio Stephanie won the silver in 1 min 10.32 secs, And sealed gold along with her familiar colleagues, In the 4x100m medley relay 34pts. From Preston, She practices in their Club, born 7th February 1991.

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