At 16-years-old, Harry Brown became the youngest player to represent the GB Men’s Senior Team when he made his debut at the 2011 BT Paralympic Cup.
A talented athlete, Harry – who lost both legs to meningitis as a baby – has also represented England in Wheelchair Rugby League. At 11-years-old, the Halifax native first played wheelchair basketball and since that day has continued to go from strength to strength in the sport.
2011 saw Harry play as part of the Great Britain Men’s Team who made history at the senior European Championships when they defeated Germany to claim the title for the first time since 1995.
In 2012 Harry played a fundamental role in the Sheffield Steelers’ EuroLeague’s Challenge Cup title and the GB Junior Team’s qualification for the 2013 U23 World Championships.
Harry was one of eight GB U22 players to receive the honour of being selected to carry the Paralympic Flag into the stadium during the 2012 Opening Ceremony. Previously Harry also represented the GB Men’s Team in fantastic battles against future Paralympic Champions Canada and quarter finalists Spain at the Standard Life Continental Clash.
2013 saw Harry continue to build upon his senior international success, once again assisting the GB Men’s Team to gold at the European Championships in Frankfurt, Germany; the following year the Halifax native made his World Championship debut for Great Britain in South Korea.
In 2015 the 2.5 player not only assisted the GB Men to a qualification place for the Rio 2016 Games, but a third consecutive European Championship title.
2016 saw Harry selected to represent his nation for the Rio Paralympics, where the team brought home the bronze medal.
In 2018 Harry was part of the GB squad which secured Great Britain its first World Championships title. A vital team member of the GB squad, Harry was one of the starting five players in every game in Hamburg this August. A player recognised for his agility and speed on court, he was a critical GB point scorer throughout the tournament
2021 Paralympic Games (2020), Tokyo, Japan – Bronze
2019 European Championships, Poland – Gold
2018 World Championships, Hamburg, Germany – Gold
2017 European Championships, Tenerife, Spain – Silver
2016 Paralympics, Rio, Brazil – Bronze
2015 European Championships, Worcester, UK – gold
2014 World Championships, Incheon, South Korea – 7th
2013 European Championships, Frankfurt, Germany – gold
2011 European Championships, Nazareth, Israel – gold