Olivia Breen became an Ambassador for Access Sport in 2022, shortly before winning a gold medal in the Women's T37/38 100m Final at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Olivia is a Paralympic athlete, who has competed for Wales and Great Britain mainly in T38 sprint, T35-38 4 x 100m relay, and T38 long jump events. She began training with the junior group of the City of Portsmouth Athletics Club in England at age 13.

Olivia has won Paralympic bronze medals in London 2012 (4 x 100m relay, T35-38) and Tokyo 2020 (long-jump, T38).  She has represented Wales at the 2014, 2018 and 2022 Commonwealth Games, winning gold in the long jump at the Gold Coast games in 2018 and gold in the T37/38 100m sprint at Birmingham in 2022. 

Olivia has also won several medals competing at the IPC World and European Championships, most notably winning gold medals and setting a new world record in both 2015 (IPC World Championships) and 2016 (IPC European Championships) as part of the 4 x 100m relay team.

Olivia shares Access Sport’s vision that no one should be excluded from the transformational benefits of community sport and she would like to see more opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged young people to be physically active in their local communities.