Tuesday , 21 May 2024

Retirement for the great Paralympian Dunham, at the age of 68!

Great Britain’s Anne Dunham Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) has announced her retirement. With a career spanning over 23 years, Dunham first represented her nation at the Para Equestrian Dressage World Championships in 1994, and has since gone on to amass a staggering 32 Championship medals for her country.

She won her 19th Paralympic gold medal at Rio 2016. Across five Paralympic Games, the 68-year-old has won 10 medals. With LJT Lucas Normark, Dunham helped ParalympicsGB defend their team title at Rio 2016. As well as contributing to the team result, Dunham also brought home two individual silver medals, and in the process, helped the Para equestrian team to its most successful Games to date.

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