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Lora Fachie MBE: My Story

Lora Fachie

"My story has taught me that it is okay to fail, but it is not okay to give up."

Paralympic champion Lora Fachie MBE reflects back on her life; from living with a hereditary eye condition, to winning gold at the Rio Paralympics and her reasons behind choosing to study a Nutrition Diploma with Future Fit Training.

Like many of her Paralympic team-mates, Lora has overcome many hurdles. Having lived with a severe visual impairment from an early age, Lora was determined to exploit her natural talent on the bike. After years of training and hard work, she bought home a golf for Paralympics GB.

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Key Points

  • Hereditary eye condition from birth
  • Lora's mum was her role model and got her into sport
  • Dreamed of a medal at 2012 London Paralympics
  • Disaster struck and Lora missed out on a medal in London
  • Picked herself up and became World Champion in 2013
  • Became Paralympic Champion at the Rio Paralympics 2016
  • Studied Nutrition with Future Fit to help others in the future
I began to dream of winning a gold medal in front of my friends and family and all the home crowd that would be there to cheer me on and this became my focus in training in the run into the games.

Lora Fachie

Lora Marie Fachie MBE is a visually impaired English racing cycling who is a member of the Great Britain Cycling Team. She completes in para-cycling tandem road, track events and is a double word champion.