|Date of birth||Medal tally|
|24 September 1948||4 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze|
Dressage rider Anne Dunham was the first British athlete to win gold medals in four consecutive Paralympic Games.
She first competed in Dressage at Atlanta 1996, where she won gold in the Mixed Team event and a bronze in the Individual Mixed Kur Trot Grade II. The Great Britain team successfully defended their title four years later at Sydney 2000, and again at Athens 2004.
Dunham’s first solo gold medal came at the age of 59 at Beijing 2008, where she triumphed on her horse Teddy in the Individual Championship Test Grade 1A event. At the same Games she also took home a Mixed Dressage Team gold and a silver in the Mixed Dressage Freestyle Test Grade 1A.
She was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2009 New Year Honours.