Stephen Miller

Stepehn Miller is one of the most decorated para-athletes ever. He first competed in the club throw as a 16 year-old at the Atlanta Games where he won gold. Triumphant moments followed in Sydney and Athens before silver in Beijing.

Awarded an MBE in New Year’s honours list in 2016, Miller has given a lot back to the community through his inspirational talks. An avid visitor to schools, athletics clubs and businesses in the north east area, the Newcastle United fan is keen to inspire people to take up sport and get active.

After captaining the British Paralympic team in 2012, Miller went on to win a bronze medal at Rio 2016 - his sixth consecutive Paralympic Games. 

In 2017 he claimed a bronze medal on home soil at the IPC World Championships in London. 

Major results

2016 Paralympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
F32 Club Throw
Bronze
2008 Paralympic Games, Beijing, China
F32 Club Throw
Silver
2004 Paralympic Games, Athens, Greece
F32 Club Throw
Gold
2000 Paralympic Games, Sydney, Australia
F32 Club Throw
Gold
2000 Paralympic Games, Sydney, Australia
F32 Discus
Bronze
1996 Paralympic Games, Atlanta, USA
F32 Club Throw
Gold
2017 IPC Athletics World Championships, London
F32 Club Throw
Bronze
2016 IPC Athletics European Championships, Grosseto, Italy
F32 Club Throw
Silver
2014 IPC Athletics European Championships, Swansea, Wales
F32 Club Throw
Silver

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