Brian alldis, born with spina bifiada and hydrocephalus in 1986 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Started sport with the Bury Bombers wheelchair basketball team which I was a founding member in 1996.
I moved to wheelchair racing in 1998. I then progressed from the junior ranks into the international scene and my first Paralympic games at Beijing in 2008.
Other highlights include
- competing in my first Commonwealth Games at Delhi in 2010.
- Carrying the London 2012 Torch in Bury St Edmunds
Employment I work for St EDmundsbury Borough Council. As an Information Assistant.
I am also a level 2 qualified coach. And a member of the West Suffolk wheelers and triathlon Go Ride coaching team.
At the end of 2010 I made the move across to hand cycling in classification H3 in road racing and time trails. Part of the British Cycling Federation talent identification team. Now I compete in the H4 category. I am British national champion in the Road Road for 2015. Also I won the prudential ride London hand cycle classic this year
I love sport and love competing for my Country. I have always enjoyed the challenge and now enjoy passing on what I have learnt to people.
I am available for talks at any events please contact http://www.suffolkschoolgames.com through the ambassador section or through my contact form.