|Date of Birth
4 June 1986
|Place of Birth
Lytham St Annes
16 years on from her Team England debut, wheelchair racing legend Shelly Oxley-Woods returned to the Commonwealth Games stage.
And it was a third place finish in the women's T54 marathon, with a time of 2:03.39.
Woods, who suffered a spinal cord injury falling 20 feet from a tree aged 11, first hit the headlines in 2005 when she beat Tanni-Grey Thompson at the London Marathon.
She won 1500m silver and 5000m bronze at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing and marathon silver at London 2012.
Woods took a break from the sport to become a mother in 2017 and returned to exclusively focus on road racing in 2019.