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Katrina Webb OAM


Inducted in 2017

Katrina is recognised and acknowledged for her unique athleticism and outstanding success as a Paralympic athlete.

When she was 18, she discovered she had Cerebral Palsy whilst at the Australian Institute of Sport on a Netball Scholarship.

At her first Paralympic Games in Atlanta in 1996, she won a Gold Medal in the 100m and 200m. At the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, she won Silver in the 100m and 400m along with a Bronze in the 200m. Katrina entered the Stadium as the first torch bearer for the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games.

In 2004 Katrina again won Gold, this time in the 400m, setting a new Paralympic Record. In 1998 at the World Championships she won the Javelin, breaking the World Record.