Is Rachel Latham disabled?

Is Rachel Latham disabled?

Being born with Erbs Palsy, a paralysis of the arm caused by injury to the upper group of the arm’s main nerves, Wigan girl Rachael Latham has battled through years of intensive training.

Who is Rachel Latham?

Rachael Latham is a sports broadcaster, TV presenter and public speaker. She swam for Great Britain for six years, winning World Championship silver and bronze, setting world records in 100m and 200m Butterfly, and 200m Individual Medley, as well as competing at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics.

What is Rachael Watsons disability?

Watson was born on 30 January 1992 in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a triplet and has mild cerebral palsy due to a premature birth.

Does Arthur Williams have children?

They had one child, Art Williams III, after his father. Due to violence and gangs and him being shot in the hip he moved to Gainesville,Texas where he took care of his bipolar mother.

How did Arthur Williams become disabled?

In 2007 when returning to duty from leave in Pershore Arthur’s car went off the road – an accident that severed his spinal cord and left him paralysed from the waist down.

What happened to Arthur Williams?

What is Keira Stephens disability?

Stephens was born on 17 March 2003 in England. She was born missing fingers on her left hand.

Who is Rachel Watson?

Rachel Watson is assistant professor of American literature at Howard University. Her work focuses on American and African American literature since the late-nineteenth century, with a particular interest in representations of race, law, and criminal procedure.

How did Arthur J Williams get caught?

After his father’s two friends were caught using bogus money at a mall, Williams was arrested for counterfeiting in 2002, along with five co-conspirators. Williams received a three-year sentence.

How did Arthur Williams lose the use of his legs?

What does S13 mean in Paralympics?

S13, SB13, SM13 are disability swimming classifications used for categorising swimmers based on their level of disability.

Who are the GB relay swimmers at the Paralympic Games?

This is the first Paralympic Games for all members of the GB relay team of Kearney, Longhorne, Challis and Northampton’s William Perry. All swimmers looked to inspire the next generation with their determined performance.

Did Team GB Paralympic rower Rachel Morris get help from coaches?

A former Team GB Paralympic rower has opened up about her eating disorders and claims she was given ‘no support’ from her coaches when she went to them for help. Rachel Morris, 41, from Guildford, Surrey, won gold at the Summer Paralympics in 2008 as a handcyclist and then took gold again at Rio in the women’s single sculls as a rower in 2016.

How are North West Team GB Paralympians getting people talking about disability?

A pair of North West Team GB Paralympian’s are using their platform ahead of the Winter games in Beijing to get people talking about disability. Ashton T37 sprinter Michael Churm and Wigan swimmer Rachael Latham visited Peover Superior School near Knutsford to help children raise money for new sports equipment.

Who are Tully Kearney and Maisie Summers-Newton at the 2020 Paralympic Games?

Tully Kearney and Maisie Summers-Newton shone on a fantastic second day for GB swimmers at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Both Kearney and Summers-Newton set new world record times as they took gold in their respective events.