Paralympian | Athletics and Cycling
Kadeena Cox, MBE (born 10 March 1991) is a TV Presenter and British Parasport athlete competing in T38 Para-Athletics sprint events and C4 Para-Cycling events. She was part of the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships and the 2016 UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships, in which she won world titles in the T37 100m and C4 500m time trial respectively.
Double gold medallist Tokyo 2020 (Para Athletics & Para Cycling)
Outside of athletics and cycling there isn't much room for anything else but I do love watching my fellow team GB and Paralympic athletes compete. One of my favourite memories from this summer was Emily Campbell’s silver in the weight lighting, we are great friends and studied together so I know how hard she worked for that gold medal.
A motto I’ve adopted since I was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS) is “live life to the max – I rule MS, MS doesn’t rule me”. I think it’s something that everyone can take into their own life, don’t be defined by the barriers that you face, be defined by how you overcome them.
As a qualified physiotherapist, the data is something that really interests me. I love the amount of data that is collected, the team have left no stone unturned to make sure we have everything we need to perform at our best.