|Date of birth||Medal tally|
|13 December 1960||2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze|
Peter Norfolk made history in 2004 when he became the first Great Britain player ever to win a Paralympic medal in Tennis.
Norfolk started playing at the age of 30 after watching a wheelchair tennis demonstration at Stoke Mandeville.
At the Games in Athens, he won the inaugural Quad Singles event, defeating David Wagner of the USA by 6-3 6-2. He also picked up a silver medal in the Quad Doubles competition with Mark Eccleston.
Norfolk successfully defended his Quad Singles title at the Beijing 2008 Games, before taking bronze in the Quad Doubles with Jamie Burdekin.
In addition to his Olympic medals Norfolk has won numerous titles including Grand Slams at the Australian and New York Opens, and was awarded the Order of the British Empire in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 2009.