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Joy Haizelden

Joy Haizelden made her major senior debut for Great Britain at the 2014 Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championships, assisting the team to their highest ever world championships finish at just 15-years-old.

The following year, she played a crucial role in the GB Women's European Championship campaign - securing the nation a bronze medal and a qualification place for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

At Rio 2016 Joy was part ofthe squad that reached the semi-finals, losing to the USA and then missing out on bronze with defeat to the Netherlands. 

One of the youngest players on the GB team, Joy is nevertheless quickly making her mark on the international stage having represented her country at the U25 European Wheelchair Basketball Championships. She was also part of the team crowned the Women's 2015 U25 World Champions in Beijing, China.

Major results

2015 European Championships, Worcester, UK


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