Dame Sarah Storey won the C5 3,000m individual pursuit gold at Rio 2016 to become the most successful British female Paralympian of all time. She went on to win her 14th Paralympic gold medal in the Women's C4-5 cycling road race.
Aged just 14 Sarah won two Gold, three silver and a bronze medal at her first Paralympic Games. Over the next 12 years, she took home multiple medals in swimming before switching to cycling ahead of the Beijing Paralympics, where she took home two gold medals followed by four at the London 2012 Paralympics.
Sarah has also enjoyed success on the track in able-bodied events, winning five national championships. Having already received an MBE and OBE, Sarah was made a Dame by the Queen after her performance at London 2012.