Daráine Mulvihill is the daughter of Liam Mulvihill, the former director general of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
A survivor of meningitis, she lost both her legs due to the illness when she was 16. She was so ill she was not expected to live and was given last rites. She has been an advocate for immunization.
In August–September 2012, Mulvihill was part of Channel 4’s commentary team for the London 2012 Paralympics.
Rachael is a former Paralympic swimmer who competed in Beijing 2008 and is the current European record holder for 200m butterfly, world record holder for 50m butterfly and 200m backstroke British record holder. She won bronze and silver at the… Read more
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan is a Channel 4 News sports reporter, DJ, and journalist. Jarrett-Bryan started in journalism as editor of the youth publication, Live Magazine and then ATM Magazine. During this time he wrote freelance for magazines and newspapers including Dazed… Read more
Iwan Thomas MBE – born 5 January 1974 in Bromley – is a sprinter who represented Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the Olympic Games in the 400 m, and Wales at the Commonwealth Games. Thomas is the current UK… Read more
Giles Long MBE is a retired British swimmer, TV presenter & commentator Giles was part of the UK Channel 4 presenting and commentary team for the London 2012 Paralympics. On the lead up to the 2012 Paralympics he presented the… Read more