If Great Britain's wheelchair rugby team are to have a chance of going one better than Athens in 2004, they need Troye Collins to be on top of his game.
The 36-year-old grew up playing able-bodied rugby in South Africa, but he suffered a serious spinal injury in 1992 playing hooker for the South African forces team when a scrum collapsed.
He moved back to Britain and discovered wheelchair rugby and made his Paralympic debut in Sydney in 2000 where Great Britain finished sixth.
He played a key role in GB's European Championship-winning team of 2003 and was outstanding in Athens, scoring 97 goals, including 22 in the bronze-medal defeat to the USA.
Great Britain are in a tough pool with Athens gold medallists New Zealand and Australia, but will take heart from a good win over the Kiwis, known as the Wheelblacks, at the recent Canada Cup.
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