Neville Sinclair

Neville Sinclair, a true Paralympian whose loyalty to the movement and commitment to the success of his athletes are unquestionable. Just look at his record of achievements, which exemplifies not only talent but longevity, and you will see a stalwart emerging.

1975

Pan American Games, Mexico
– Silver Table Tennis Team
– 4th place Discus

1976

Para-Olympic, Canada

(1977-1981)

Took a break from competition

1982

Pan American Games Halifax, Canada
Gold – Discus (Pan-American Record)
Silver – Slalom

1984

Para-Olympic, Stoke Mandeville, England
Gold – Discus

1987

World Games, Stoke, Mandeville, England
Gold – Discus

1987

Pan American Games, Puerto Rico
Gold – Discus (World Record)
Silver – Slalom

1989

Pan American Games, Venezuela
Gold – Discus
Silver – Slalom
Bronze – Pentatlon

1990

World Games, Birmingham, England
Gold – Discus (New World Record)

1992

Para-Olympic, Barcelona, Spain
Gold – Discus

1993

World Games, Stoke Mandeville, England
Gold – Discus

1996

Para-Olympic, Atlanta, USA
Gold – Discus

1999

Pan American Games. Mexico
Gold – Discus

2000

Paralympic, Sydney, Australia
Placed 5th in Discus Final

2002

World Games, France
Placed sixth in Discus Final

Neville has been involved in coaching paralympic events such as track and field, table tennis and wheelchair basketball as far back as 1984 but it was in 2003 that he commenced seriously to pursue it. His expertise and commitment to our athletes have guided many to medal performances.

In early 2016. Neville was appointed the Sport Manager by the Board of Directors in recognition of his competence, outstanding performance and unwavering dedication He will now oversee all Paralympic sports.

Neville Sinclair, a Paralympian with vision and on a mission.

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