Natasha Baker

Having contracted a virus, Transverse Myelitis at just 14 months old, Natasha was left with permanent nerve damage, loss of balance and sensation and severe weakness in her legs. Despite this, from the age of 10 she was determined to become an Olympic champion and acheive her dream at London 2012 where she picked up 2 golds and was one of only 25 Paralympians to be awarded an MBE by the Queen.

Natasha works tirelessly to change the perception of disability, to inspire the next generation of Paralympic athletes and to show the world that despite people's challenges, incredible things can be achieved! Do visit her page to find out more.