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Frequently asked questions
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We are regularly asked about military athletes that competed in Rio.
Seven athletes that competed in Rio have either come through the Front Line to Start Line programme or been otherwise supported by Help for Heroes:
Nick Beighton (Canoe)
Jo Butterfield (Athletics)
Jon-Allan Butterworth (Cycling)
Mikey Hall (Archery)
David Henson (Athletics)
Joe Townsend (triathlon)
Mickey Yule (Powerlifting)
Help for Heroes have also supported an eighth athlete – Phil Eaglesham – who competed for Ireland.
In addition, the following Rio 2016 athletes have a military background but their rehabilitation pre-dates the BPA/H4H partnership:
Alan Ash (wheelchair rugby)
Ryan Cowling (wheelchair rugby)
Jamie Burdekin (Wheelchair Tennis)
John Robertson (Sailing)