Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.

Daphne Ceeney archery Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – closest to camera – prepares to shoot during the archery competition at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Ceeney won a bronze medal in the women’s Albion Round open with a score of 538. It was one of 5 medals she won at the Games in four separate sports.

Women’s S9 100m butterfly medallists

The medallists in the women’s S9 100m butterfly event at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Left to right: Annabelle Williams of Australia (bronze), Natalie du Toit of South Africa (gold) and Ellie Cole of Australia (bronze).

Libby Kosmala shoots, Atlanta Paralympics

A puff of smoke shows from the end of the barrel as Libby Kosmala shoots during an event at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Kosmala competed at every Paralympics from 1972 to 2016 (12 Games), amassing a total of 12 Paralympic shooting medals, 9 of them gold, the most of any Australian shooter.

Ceeney and Edmondson handshake Tokyo Paralympics

Daphne Ceeney (later Hilton) – left – who won the silver medal, congratulates 14 year old Elizabeth Edmondson, who won gold in a world record time in the 50m Freestyle Prone Complete Class 5 swimming event at the 1964 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Edmondson remained the youngest Australian Paralympic gold medallist until 2012. Australian Team official Kevin Betts pushes Daphne Ceeney and ‘Johnno’ Johnston pushes Elizabeth Edmondson.