World Class Programme - Para Squad

Jessica Stretton


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Jessica first got into archery through a charity called Wheelpower that runs have-a-go camps for kids with disabilities to go and try sports. At the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games she won individual gold in the Women’s W1 Compound category 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 Women's Compound Open. She is from Hemel Hempstead but currently lives in Telford.

This year Jessica won a bronze mixed team medal in Rotterdam at the European Para Championships, and she hopes to get chosen to shoot at the 2024 Paralympic Games.




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