My name is Muninder Singh Hayer. I am a Computer Science graduate from The University of Nottingham and am a current England international.
I was born with a lack of oxygen which resulted me in having Cerebral Palsy. Cerebral palsy is a condition which affects muscle control and movement. This is an injury usually to the brain caused by complications before, during or after birth. For me CP affects my co-ordination and my ability to walk, therefore I use an electric wheelchair as my usual form of mobility.
I am internationally classified as an F31 seated Club Thrower. I have been competing in this athletic event since the start of 2014 and I have topped the UK rankings in 2014 and 2015. In August 2015 I competed for England at my first international competition which was the CPISRA World Games, where I won a gold medal. This place me 3rd in the all time world rankings.