World Class Programme - Para Squad

Jessica Stretton


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Jessica Stretton won gold at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in the Women’s Individual Compound W1 at just 16-years-old - the youngest archer at the Games. The following year she was made an MBE for her services to archery. Since Rio, she has changed category – she now competes in the Compound Open and claimed individual silver in the 2019 World Para Championships in the Netherlands, setting a new world record in the process. Jessica also won bronze at the World Youth Championships 2019. She is from Hemel Hempstead and is an avid reader.

In 2022 she won bronze with teammate Jamie Harris in the mixed team at the World Para Championships. In the same year, she won silver at the Disability Championships and bronze at the European Para Archery Championships in the individual Compound Women Open. She was part of the gold medal winning mixed team at the European Para Archery Championships with Nathan Macqueen. Jessica won gold and silver as part of the women's team at the Para Archery European Cup and the European Para Archery Championships with teammate Phoebe Paterson Pine. 




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