The President of the Australian Paralympic Federation, Bob McCullough, is joined by Team staff during a visit to the Games Village at the Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games. McCullough was a controversial figure who was overseeing a revolution in the structure and management of Paralympic sport in Australia that had been brought about by the dire financial position of the APF, then the awarding of the 2000 Olympics and Paralympics to Sydney and the subsequent boost in funding and support. Left to right: Peter Kelly (team Media Director), Paul Bird (Assistant Chef de Mission, Administration), Bob McCullough and an unknown Team liaison officer.
Date: August 1996
Author: Image taken by John Sherwell for Sport The Library. All rights held by Paralympics Australia.