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Able: Gold Medals, Grand Slams and Smashing Glass Ceilings Hardcover – 16 November 2018

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Dylan Alcott OAM is an Australian Paralympic gold medallist in two sports -- wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis. He is also a radio host, television personality, keynote presenter and motivational speaker, entrepreneur, music festival owner and philantropist. Dylan has competed in three Paralympics, winning gold and silver for wheelchair basketball in 2008 and 2012, and two gold medals at the Rio Paralympics in 2016 for wheelchair tennis. The current world No 1 in wheelchair tennis, Dylan has won nine Grand Slam singles tournaments, including two US Opens, five Australian Opens, and Wimbledon and the French Open in 2019. In 2017 he founded the Dylan Alcott Foundation, which focuses on helping young Australians who feel marginalised because of their disability fulfil their potential and achieve their dreams. 

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