Tracey - who has competed in five Paralympic Games from
Barcelona 1992 through to Beijing 2008 - has racked up an
impressive six Paralympic medals. She had cancer of the retina aged
four which resulted in her losing her sight.
At her most recent international outing, at the IPC European
Championships in Holland in June 2011, she won gold in the 100m and
200m in the T11 finals. Amazingly at the age of 42, she ran her
fastest time since Beijing, four years ago.
The IPC Athletics World Championships in New Zealand in 2011
brought more success when she won silver in the 400m, bronze in the
200m and finished fourth in the 100m.
Astonishingly London 2012 will be Tracey's sixth Paralympic
Games. This remarkable woman is achieving amazing times and still
believes she can go quicker.
In her career, she has racked up six Paralympic medals:
2000 Paralympics: silver (800m), bronzes (200m & 400m)
1992 Paralympics: silvers (200m & 400m), bronze (100m)