Janice Lawton

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Janice Lawton
Medal record
Paralympic athletics
Representing  United Kingdom
Paralympic Games
Silver medal – second place 1996 Atlanta Shot Putt - F32-33
Silver medal – second place 2000 Sydney Discus Throw - F33-34

Janice Lawton is a Paralympic athlete from Great Britain competing mainly in category F33 shot putt and discus events.

Janice Lawton competed in a World Record Sanctioned event in Nottingham 1993 and set three World Records in Shot Putt, Discus throw and Javelin throw for F33/34. She competed in World Championships in Berlin 1994 winning Gold and World Record for Javelin Throw F34 and Silver for Shot Putt and Discus throws in F34.

Janice has competed in two Paralympics and each time won a single silver medal. Her first games were in 1996 where she won a silver medal in her only event, the shot putt. In the 2000 Summer Paralympics she competed in shot and discus winning the silver medal in the later.[1]

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