Marc Quinn - Peter Hull - 1999
Peter Hull was born in France to English parents. He was born without legs and with arms ending at the elbow.
Hull became National Junior and Senior Short Course Champion in 25, 50 and 100m backstroke and freestyle. He also has completed 12 full marathons, including the London Marathon 6 times, and 18 half marathons.
In 1991 he was awarded an MBE for services to disability sport. In 1985 he was named Man of the Year, along with Terry Waite and Simon Weston and others.
Peter Hull is County Development Officer for Disability Sport at Hampshire County Council. He is President of the Rushmoor Mallards disability sports club and sits on the committee (and is former chair) of the Jubilee Sailing Trust.
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