Paralympian Guy Henly represented Australia in discus F37 at the Rio 2016 Paralympics and is a four-time world championship medallist. He will return to the Paralympic arena at the Tokto 2020 Games.

Guy, who is from Sydney, was first introduced to discus and shot put at a Paralympics Australia Talent Day in 2010. Eight months later he won gold at the 2011 Arafura Games in Darwin.

At his first IPC Athletics World Championships in 2013 in France, Guy claimed bronze in the Men’s Discus Throw F37/38. He went one better at the 2015 World Championships taking silver.

Selected onto the Australian Team for the 2016 Rio Paralympics, the discus thrower finished just outside the medals.

The following year Guy defended his world championship silver at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London. The NSWIS scholarship holder went on to win his fourth consecutive medal at the world championships in 2019 when he claimed bronze.