At the age of 20 Lisa Chapman was involved in a car crash leaving her with serious brain and neck injuries. She was bedbound for 2 years after the crash, asleep 22 hours of the day and was in severe pain all the time. Eventually she managed to have an operation that placed a valve in her spinal cord to reduce the pressure. Due to this she can now live more of a normal life. Lisa is now 36 years of age and aiming for the Paralympics in Rifle Shooting. She has shown great strength through adversity and is an inspiration proving that nothing can stand in your way.