Harriet Lee made her international debut medal in 2010 soon after she was classified in the sport, winning the world title in the 100m breaststroke SB9 in Eindhoven.
She bounced back from illness and injury to win bronze on her Paralympic debut at London 2012. Lee had to wait until the very last day of the Games to compete in her favourite event, but secured bronze in front of her home crowd with a stylish performance in the 100 breaststroke SB9.
Lee claimed a silver in the 100m breaststroke SB9 at the IPC Swimming World Championships the following year and in 2016 she added a European silver from the same event to her collection in 2016. She was also part of the gold medal winning medley relay team.
Harriet has beckwith-wiedemann syndrome.
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