The Story So Far
Libby Clegg is one of Great Britain and Scotland’s most successful track and field athletes of recent years. With Paralympic Games silver, World Championships gold and European Championship gold to her name, the sprinter is a proven performer at elite level.

With the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games already on the horizon, she is targeting more medal glory on the international stage.

Born as Elizabeth Clegg on 24 March 1990, Libby suffers from a deteriorating eye condition known as Stargardt's Macular Dystrophy disease. Libby has only slight peripheral vision in her left eye, and is registered blind.

She burst on the scene aged just 16, winning 200m silver at the 2006 IPC Athletics World Championships and has not stopped winning medals since. Learn more...
Libby with Guide Runner Mikhail Huggins
celebrating Paralympic silver at London 2012