Stuart Robinson MBE inspires children to challenge barriers and shows that disability and sport can be a tool to enable success.
Stuart Robinson MBE is a former Royal Air Force serviceman. Serving with the RAF Regiment and whilst he was on his 4th tour of Afghanistan when he was injured by an explosion resulting in life changing injuries.
Introduced to wheelchair Rugby in 2014, Stuart was invited to try out for the Invictus Games in London where he took Gold. Following this he became part or the GBWR development squad and made the Rio Paralympic Inspirational Programme in 2016, attending the Rio Paralympic Games.
Stuart went on to represent the Invictus team at both the 2016 and 2017 games; taking Bronze and Silver and was invited to GB Elite squad training in November 2016, being part of the team who were successful at retaining their title at both the 2017 and 2019 European Championships.
Stuart was also selected to compete at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2021 and was part of the successful team who came away with a gold medal defeating USA 54-49 in the Gold medal match.
Stuart was involved in sky sports “Game changers programme and he is an Ambassador for the RAF Benevolent Fund.