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1960
Paralympian Daphne Ceeney takes pride in being Australia’s first female Paralympian.

Daphne Ceeney on her pride in being Australia’s first female Paralympian

Daphne Ceeney on her pride in being Australia’s first female Paralympian

Gary hooper: how lucky I am to be here

Gary Hooper talks about his experience at the 1960 Rome Summer Paralympics

Gary Hooper talks about his experience at the 1960 Rome Summer Paralympics
1974
The star of women’s field events from Australia was Tracey Freeman from QLD competing in class 1b. She set new records in discus, javelin and shot, a tremendous performance.

Tracey Freeman sets new records in discus, javelin and shot put.

Tracey Freeman sets new records in discus, javelin and shot put.
1980
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Andrew Temple, Kyrra Grunnsund, Ron Finneran, Steve Morowe and B. Abek.

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Ron Finneran, Peter Rickards, Kyrra Grunnsund, J. Rickard and Kjell Blongvist.

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Kyrra Grunnsund

Kyrra Grunnsund, Geilo Winter Games

Kyrra Grunnsund, Geilo Winter Games
Geilo 1980 Winter Paralympics - Kjell Blomgvist, Kyrra Grunnsund and Ron Finneran

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics

Australian Team Members, Geilo Winter Paralympics
1984
Australian Team leader Ron Finneran at the 1984 Innsbruck Winter Paralympics

Ron Finneran Innsbruck Winter Paralympics

Ron Finneran Innsbruck Winter Paralympics
1988

Michael Milton competes at his first Paralympic Games

Michael Milton competes at his first Paralympic Games
1992

Csaba Bobary competing at the Barcelona Games 1992

Csaba Bobary competing at the Barcelona Games 1992

Australian athlete Louise Sauvage after a race at the Barcelona 1992 Paralympics.

Australian athlete Louise Sauvage after a race at the Barcelona 1992 Paralympics.

Louise Sauvage with coach Jenni Banks, 1992 Barcelona Paralympics

Louise Sauvage with coach Jenni Banks, 1992 Barcelona Paralympics

Louise Sauvage on the track at the 1992 Paralympics

Louise Sauvage on the track at the 1992 Paralympics

Louise Sauvage leads the pack at the 1992 Barcelona Paralympics

Louise Sauvage leads the pack at the 1992 Barcelona Paralympics
2000
Australian athletes sign autographs for school children at the Sydney Summer Paralympics.

Members of the Australian Team Sydney Summer Paralympics

Members of the Australian Team Sydney Summer Paralympics
2008
Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) acknowledge the crowd after their gold medal ride in the men's tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Kieran Modra, victory lap Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra, victory lap Beijing Summer Paralympics
Chris Scott on the medal dais after receiving the gold medal for the men's CP4 individual pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Scott won the final by 13 tousandths of a second over Masashi Ishii of Japan.

Chris Scott Medal Presentation, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Chris Scott Medal Presentation, Beijing Summer Paralympics