Maria Strong (athlete)
|Born||11 March 1971|
Strong was born on 11 March 1971. She has cerebral palsy and was also been diagnosed with autism, epilepsy, and a brain injury that she acquired after experiencing status epilepticus in her twenties. In 2021, she lives in Melbourne and works as swimming instructor.
Her first international competition was the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, where she placed fifth in the Women's Shot Put F33.
Strong was awarded the Disability Sport and Recreation's Masters Sports Person of the Year at the 2018 Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Awards.
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