|Track and field (B1)(T11)(T12)|
|Competitor for United Kingdom|
|Silver||1992 Barcelona||400m - B1|
|Silver||1992 Barcelona||200m - B1|
|Silver||2000 Sydney||800m - T12|
|Bronze||1992 Barcelona||100m - B1|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||200m - T11|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||400m - T11|
|IPC Athletics World Championships|
|Silver||2011 Christchurch||100m - T11|
|Bronze||2011 Christchurch||200m - T11|
|IPC Athletics European Championships|
|Gold||2012 Stadskanaal||100m - T11|
|Gold||2012 Stadskanaal||200m - T11|
Tracey Hinton (born 19 March 1970) is a Paralympic athlete being visually impaired and classed as T11 in the Paralympic classification system. Born in Cardiff and a member of Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club, Hinton has been blind since having cancer of the retina aged four which resulted in her losing her sight. She has won three silver and three bronze medals at Paralympic level.
She competed in the 1992 Summer Paralympics winning a silver medal in the 400m B1, a silver medal in the 200m B1 and a bronze medal in the 100m B1. 2000 saw her win bronze medals in the T11 200m and T11 400m and silver in the T12 800m. She is the 800 metres world record holder in her class with a time of 2mins:17.66secs.
Hinton has been selected to compete in the 2012 Summer Paralympics, her sixth games. She was chosen as captain of the women's athletics squad for Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics.
Hinton participated at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the T11/T12 100m, qualifying for the final with a run of 13.79 seconds with her guide Stefan Hughes.
- "Biography". www.sportswales.org.uk. Retrieved 21 August 2012.
- "Tracey Hinton". www.paralympics.org.uk. Retrieved 21 August 2012.
- "Paralympic duo's winning bond". BBC News. Retrieved 21 August 2012.
- Griffiths, Gareth. "Paralympics: Cash boost for Cardiff’s Tracey Hinton". www.walesonline.co.uk. Retrieved 21 August 2012.
- "Tracey’s a six-hitter". www.thesun.co.uk. 11 July 2012. Retrieved 21 August 2012.
- "Paralympics 2012: Hinton & Miller are GB athletics captains". BBC Sport. 25 August 2012. Retrieved 25 August 2012.
|This biographical article relating to British athletics is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|