Jodie first got involved in archery in 2008 when she saw her Dad shooting at their local club and decided she would like to give the sport a go. After going through the Archery GB National Talent Development Programme, Jodie was selected to join the GB squad in 2014 and started competing internationally.
Jodie was selected to make her Paralympic debut at Rio 2016 and she made it in style, winning silver in the mixed team compound (open) alongside Beijing gold medallist John Stubbs. Edging past Italy 150-149 in the quarter-finals, Grinham and Stubbs put in a strong performance against South Korea in the semi-finals to inch past their opponents with a score of 144-143.
The pair eventually took to the podium to claim silver after a defeat to China in the final with a score of 151-143.
In her individual event, Jodie ranked 6th.
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