|Representing Great Britain|
|2000 Sydney||Individual BC2|
|2008 Beijing||Team BC1-2|
|2008 Beijing||Individual BC2|
|2012 London||Team BC1-2|
|2002 Portugal||Individual BC2|
|2002 Portugal||Team BC1-2|
|2010 Portugal||Individual BC2|
|2006 Brazil||Individual BC2|
Nigel Patrick Murray MBE (born 22 May 1964) is a British Paralympic athlete. He is twelve time English National Champion and seven time British Champion and multiple Paralympic medal winner in the sport of boccia.
Murray was born in Leamington Spa. He won gold in the BC2 class during the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, Australia. Although he only reached the quarter finals in Athens four years later he followed this up with a silver medal in the same event, and a gold medal in the team event, during the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China.
Since Beijing Murray has continued to win medals with a bronze in the European championship individual event in 2009 and a silver at the World championship a year later. He was part of the team that took gold at the 2009 Euros. He then took part in the 2012 Paralympics, winning Bronze in the Team BC1–2 event.
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