|Gold||1996 Atlanta||4×50 m freestyle S1–6|
|Gold||2000 Sydney||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|Gold||2004 Athens||4×50 m freestyle 20pts|
|Silver||1992 Barcelona||100 m breaststroke SB3|
|Silver||1996 Atlanta||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|Silver||1996 Atlanta||150 m medley SM4|
|Silver||2004 Athens||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|Silver||2004 Athens||150 m indiv. medley SM4|
|Bronze||1992 Barcelona||4×50 m medley S1–6|
|Bronze||1996 Atlanta||50 m freestyle S5|
|Bronze||1996 Atlanta||100 m freestyle S5|
|Bronze||1996 Atlanta||200 m freestyle S5|
|Bronze||1996 Atlanta||4×50 m medley S1–6|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||4×50 m medley 20 pts|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||150 m indiv. medley SM4|
Margaret McIntosh ('Maggie') McEleny MBE (born 1965), also known as "Mad Maggie" for her unshakable desire to compete is a Scottish swimmer. She has paraplegia and epilepsy due to a head injury at age 11, which left her blind for a while. She competed in four Summer Paralympics from 1992 to 2004. In her career, McEleny has won three gold, five silver, and seven bronze medals at the Paralympics.
- National Portrait Gallery: Margaret McIntosh ('Maggie') McEleny
- McEleny strikes silver as Team GB impress again. Graham Wood, 24 September 2004
- Crossing the finish line. Jessica Kiddle, 24 March 2007
- Great Britain's medallists: All the British medals from the 2004 Paralympic Games. BBC Sport.
- Scottish Institute of Sport: Goldzone 2004. (PDF)
- Sports Review 2000. BBC Sport.
- Greatest British Olympic and Paralympic moments Daily Telegraph.
- Margaret McEleny's profile on paralympic.org
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