Maggie McEleny

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Maggie McEleny
Medal record
Paralympic Games
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.

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