Paul Noble

Discipline: Swimming

Inducted to Hall of Fame: 2018

PAUL NOBLE competed in five successive Paralympic Games between Los Angeles in 1984 and Sydney in 2000, winning a total of 15 Paralympic medals, including four golds. He also won six medals in IPC World Championships and 8 European Championships medals. Noble is a former GB Team Captain and was a key member of the British team throughout the 80s and 90s and was known for his ability to turn out a top performance on the big occasion. Noble was recognised for his contribution to swimming by the award of the MBE. Noble is a well-known voice on the national and international swimming scene, utilising his in-depth knowledge of the sport as a commentator at events including the 2012 and 2016 Paralympic Games as well as numerous IPC World and European Swimming Championships, and he can also still be seen lending his hand at Scottish Swimming National Championships.


Paralympics, Sydney
20004x100m Medley Relay 34ptsSilver
Paralympics, Atlanta
1996S7-10 4x100m Medley RelaySilver
Paralympics, Barcelona
1992SM10 200m Individual MedleyGold
1992SB9 100m BreaststrokeSilver
1992S10 400m FreestyleSilver
1992S10 100m ButterflyBronze
Paralympics, Seoul
1988L5 100m ButterflyGold
1988L1-6 4×100m Freestyle RelayGold
1988L1-6 4x100m Medley RelayGold
1988L5 100m BackstrokeSilver
1988L5 100m FreestyleSilver
1988L5 400m FreestyleSilver
1988L5 200m Individual MedleySilver
Paralympics, Stoke Mandeville
1984L1-6 4×50m Freestyle RelaySilver
1984L1-6 4×50m Medley RelayBronze