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Name  Jon-Allan Butterworth
Role  Cyclist
Spouse  Chantel Butterworth

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Jon-Allan Edward Butterworth MBE (born 6 February 1986 in Birmingham) is a British paralympic cyclist. He represented Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics.

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Butterworth lost his left arm in 2007 in an insurgent rocket attack when serving as a senior aircraftman weapons technician with the Royal Air Force at Basra airbase in Iraq. He had previously served in Afghanistan in 2005.

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Butterworth got into cycling by taking part in the first Help for Heroes bike ride in 2008, from there he went on to be recognized as talented at a ParalympicsGB Talent ID day

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At London 2012 he won silver medals in the C4-5 kilo, C5 4km individual Pursuit and mixed team sprint. In the kilo, his C5 world record was beaten by Alfonso Cabello.

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At the 2016 Summer Paralympics he finished in 4th place in the C4-5 1k Time trial, and then won Gold with Jody Cundy and Louis Rolfe in the C1-5 750m Team Sprint.

Butterworth was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to cycling.

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Jon-Allan Butterworth Wikipedia


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