Robyn Lambird (athletics) made their international debut at the 2019 World Para-Athletics Championships in Dubai where they finished 5th in the women’s 100m T34. Birmingham is the West Australian’s first Commonwealth Games where the event is also on the program for the first time. Born in England and raised in Western Australia, Robyn was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when they were nine-years-old. Robyn can walk for short periods, but their early sporting successes came in seated events. Robyn played wheelchair basketball and rugby before turning to the athletics track in 2015 aged 18. Robyn’s breakthrough came at the IPC 2018 Grand Prix in Nottwil, Switzerland, where they won silver in the 100m T34 and finished just outside the medals in the 200m. Robyn claimed the bronze medal in the 100m T34 on Para-athletics largest international stage in Tokyo in 2021, becoming the first out non-binary Paralympian to finish on the podium. Robyn has a Media and Communications degree from Perth’s Curtin University.
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