Michael Alston

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Michael Alston
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Portrait of Alston at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics
Alston in competition at the 2000 Sydney Paralympics

Michael Alston is an Australian disabled fencer. He competed in the 1998 FESPIC Games and won a silver team medal. At the 1998 Stoke Mandeville Games, he won a gold medal in the foil event. That same year, he also competed at the DEFI Sport Event held in Canada. He won a silver medal in the épée event and a bronze medal in the sabre event. He was supported by the Blacktown City Council and was coached by Sally Kopiec.[1]

At the 2000 Sydney Paralympics he represented Australia in the Men's Foil Individual A and Men's Sabre Individual A but did not medal.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Australian Paralympic Committee 1999, p. 20
  2. ^ "IPC Historical Results - Michael Alston". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 18 March 2013. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Australian Paralympic Committee (1999). "Fencing". Australian Paralympic Committee Annual Report (1998 ed.) (Australia: Australian Paralympic Committee).