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Sam Bramham is an Australian Paralympic Swimmer who has represented Australia internationally since 2004. In 2004, Sam competed in his first Paralympic Games and was one of the youngest athletes for Australia at just 16 years of age. Sam won a gold, silver and bronze medal and smashed the 100m Butterfly World Record. In 2006, Sam made his first big impression at the Berlin World Championships where he won a gold medal and set a new World Record in the process. In his second Paralympic Games appearance, Sam won a gold medal in the 100m butterfly, a gold medal in the 4×100m medley where he set another World Record and a silver medal in the 4×100m. In 2009, Sam received the Medal of the Order of Australia for Services to Sport as a gold medallist at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
Elite Performance | Resilience | Inpiration | Overcoming Adversity | Event Management | Public Speaking | Motivational Speaking | Leadership
Paralympian - Australia | Swimming Paralympics - 2x Gold | 2x Silver | 1x Bronze Medalist World Record - 100m Butterfly (2004) World Record - 400m Freestyle (2008) Order of Australia Medal - Awarded (2009)
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