Hurdles runner

Follow the stories of some our athletes' journeys to London 2017.

Whether it's trials, tribulations, overcoming adversity or doing things in their own unique way, each of our athletes has a great story to tell.

Omoregie aims to follow in the footsteps of Welsh legend Colin Jackson

Turn back the clock five years and David Omoregie was in the crowd at London 2012. Although he wasn’t competing you could say it was a life-changing moment.

Judd back on the big stage

Despite still only being 22 years old, Jess Judd has already been on an incredible journey and finally she’s back where she wants to be, competing with the best in the world.

GB captain Dan Greaves gunning for gold

Alumnus Dan Greaves will captain the British team at London 2017 - here he talks pride, performance and pioneering Paralympic sport

Richard Whitehead's running technique analysed

Dr Barry Mason, sports biomechanist at Loughborough University, joins Richard Whitehead to break down the Paralympic champion's running technique.

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