Hannah Cockcroft MBE is on the Great Britain Paralympic development team. Born in July 1992, Hannah suffered two cardiac arrests, which resulted in damage to two areas of her brain and left her with deformities to her legs and feet. Not letting this dampen her spirit, Hannah started her sporting career on both the Paralympic basketball and discus teams before moving on to solely concentrate on wheelchair racing in her early teens. In 2010 Hannah broke her first world record in the T34 400m and now holds the world records at T34 100m, 200m, 400m and 800m. Her senior debut on the Great Britain team saw her bring home two Gold medals thus causing fans to call her Hurricane Hannah. She went on to be awarded an MBE for services to athletics in 2013 and winning the IPC European Champion T34 100m Gold & T34 800m Gold in 2014. The Day in the Life campaign was launched after Martyna Kaczmarek decided to donate blood on her 18th birthday at a regional blood centre in Poland. Martyna used her own personal experience of donating blood and initiated the idea of organising blood drives at her own school. The first blood drive was a huge success and the Day in the Life campaign was born; now a registered charity hosting blood drives in schools and sports stadiums across Poland. Rachel Elliott is a senior nurse of her volunteer work in an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone. She signed up as soon as she saw the appeal for volunteers.At home, Rachel works at Royal London hospital in the largest trauma centre in Europe, where the 7/7 bombing victims were taken for emergency care.