Ben initially started off swimming but an allergy to chlorine saw him make the move to wheelchair racing and he has become a European medallist and one of the leading names in the classification. Initially spotted by Job King at a talent ID at the age of 15, Rowlings has gone from strength to strength and been an ever present fixture on GB teams for the past couple of years.
With competition from British rival Isaac Towers, there is strong domestic interest in the T34 men’s events. Three bronze medals were won in Grosseto earlier this year by Rowlings who trains alongside British world medallists Mel Nicholls and Kare Adenegan in Coventry.
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