Mikey’s achievements in archery began when he won individual bronze and team gold at the Invictus Games in 2014.
The ex-serviceman, who is supported by Help for Heroes’ Sports Recovery Program, started competing internationally in 2015. He was selected to represent GB at the Para World Ranking Tournament in Almere, Holland where he won a team bronze and an individual gold medal.
Mikey also went on to win a team bronze in the same year at the Para Archery World Ranking Tournament in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic.
He made his Paralympic debut at Rio 2016, where he ranked 5th after suffering a quarter-final defeat in the men’s individual compound (open), beaten 143-136 by Italy’s Alberto Simonelli in their last eight encounter.
In addition to his career in archery, Mikey cycled from Edinburgh to London in May 2013, completing the 445 miles on a handbike. He has also learned how to swim using just his upper body and has competed in three half Ironman competitions.
Mikey’s award achievements include the Helen Rollason award, which is given for outstanding achievement in the face of diversity and the Sports Army Award awarded in 2015 for his sporting achievements after injury.
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