Second Paralympian says she was stopped from racing Tanni Grey-Thompson

Tracy Lewis says she was not selected to race in 1996 Paralympics after ‘highly unethical’ selection process

A second Paralympic athlete has told MPs she was denied the chance to race when she was a direct rival to Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.

In written evidence to the digital, culture, media and sport committee Tracy Lewis said she was not selected for the 1996 Paralympic Games after a selectors’ meeting attended by Grey-Thompson as the representative for the British Wheelchair Racing Association and their athletes.

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