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Brad Scott, Australian Paralympian, Australian Pararoo and Inclusion Advocate.
Brad Scott is a retired dual international athlete. A three time Paralympian, triple Paralympic Games medallist and was a member of the Australian Para Soccer Team, The Pararoos.


At the age of 12, Brad';s doctor suggested that his body may not have the ability to handle the
demands of sport from the age of 14. This did not deter Brad, as it only motivated him to play more
sport, as he was determined not to let his doctor words be true.


At the 2012 London Paralympic Games, Brad cemented his position as one of the World's top
Paralympic athletes by winning two Paralympic medals, silver in the 1500m and a bronze in the

It wasn’t until 2017, when Brad was introduced to Paralympic soccer. At the following National
Championships, he was identified, and then selected by the Australian Coach. He debuted for the
Pararoos at the 2018 Asian Cup, where the team won silver.

The support Brad received from the community played a significant role in his sporting success. He
believes it's his turn to help provide opportunities and support for others. Brad has been working in
the disability sector for the last 5 years.


His priorities are developing and promoting a more inclusive community for all people and enabling people with disabilities to achieve their goals through community support. Everyone deserves to have a sense of belonging and purpose.

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