Dame Sarah Storey is the most successful British female Paralympian of all time with 38 World titles, 14 Paralympic Golds and 76 world records.
Sarah was just 14 when she made her Paralympic debut at Barcelona 92, winning five medals including two Golds. She went on to win more medals in the pool at Atlanta, Sydney and Athens before moving to cycling and winning more medals on the track and the road at Beijing, London and Rio. Sarah’s also six times British national track champion.
Sarah, and her husband Barney, now run Storey Racing, and Sarah’s also the Active Travel Commissioner for the Sheffield City Region.
This series of The Game Changers is supported by Sport England, who have done so much to tackle the inequalities women face across all areas of sport.