Marayke Jonkers (2014) Swimming

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Marayke Jonkers (2014) Swimming

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Paralympian Marayke Jonkers has had a whirlwind sporting journey from becoming a paraplegic in a car accident as an infant to winning silver and two bronze medals as a swimmer, competing at the Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Having represented Australia for 12 years, breaking over 70 Australian records and winning many international medals, one of Marayke’s proudest moments was being the Australian flag bearer at the 2010 world swimming Championships.

Marayke was also Australia’s first female Paratriathlon and Paratriathlon medallist, winning bronze at the 2010 ITU world Championships in the women’s Paratriathlon event.

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