COX Kadeena

10 Mar 1991
Great Britain
Great Britain

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
CTR Cycling Track Women's C4-5 500m Time Trial 1 Gold Medal
Mixed C1-5 750m Team Sprint 1 Gold Medal


Record Event Mark Date Location


Start Time Location Event Status
Izu Velodrome
Izu Velodrome
Izu Velodrome

Biographical Information



Paralympic Games
DNSC4-5 Road Race2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA

Paralympic Games
1C4-5 500m Time Trial2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA
Track World Championships
1Women's C4 - 500m Time Trial2019Apeldoorn, NED
1Women's C4 - 500m Time Trial2016Montichiari, ITA
2Women's C4 - 500m Time Trial2020Milton, ON, CAN

Paralympic Games
1400m - T382016Rio de Janeiro, BRA1:00.71
24x100m Relay - T35-382016Rio de Janeiro, BRA51.07
3100m - T382016Rio de Janeiro, BRA13.01
World Championships
1400m - T382017London, GBR1:02.87
1100m - T372015Doha, QAT13.60
2400m - T382019Dubai, UAE1:02.20
2100m - T382017London, GBR13.07
3Women's 200m T382017London, GBR27.15
6Women's 200m T382019Dubai, UAE28.08
DNS200m - T372015Doha, QATDNS
Baking, playing the guitar, spending time with family. (Facebook page, 11 May 2020; Instagram profile, 11 May 2020)
Physiotherapy - Manchester Metropolitan University, Great Britain
Sale Harriers Manchester [Great Britain]
She represented Great Britain in both athletics and track cycling at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Before her illness she was training to try and secure a place in the Great Britain skeleton programme. (SportsDeskOnline, 09 Jul 2020;, 08 Feb 2016)
A knee injury forced her to withdraw from the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, QLD, Australia. (, 14 Mar 2018;, 17 Mar 2018)
To compete at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo and the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing. (, 16 Mar 2018;, 04 Oct 2019)
"People may doubt what you say, but they believe what you do." (Twitter profile, 08 May 2018)
In 2018 she received the UK Sport Inspirational Performance of the Year award at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards [BEDSA]. (Twitter profile, 08 May 2018;, 24 Mar 2018)

In 2017 she was named Sportswoman of the Year at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards [BEDSA] in London, England. (, 19 Mar 2017)

She was named Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire [MBE] in the 2017 New Year's Honours list for services to athletics. (, 31 Dec 2016)

She was flag bearer for Great Britain at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (, 18 Sep 2016)

General Interest

C4 (UCI, 17 Mar 2021)

Origin of Impairment
Acquired (, 02 Oct 2014)

Impairment Details
In May 2014 after competing in Loughborough, England, she was taken to hospital having experienced the symptoms of a stroke. It took her four months to fully recover. In September 2014 she was again taken to hospital with another suspected stroke. However, in May 2015 she was told she had been misdiagnosed and that she was showing signs of having multiple sclerosis. (, 01 Jan 2015;, 02 Oct 2014)

In 2019 she revealed that she has had issues with her attitude towards food. "Essentially I am at a point where I just don't enjoy eating. I don't think I even remember what normal eating is. I feel like I'm more in control than a person with an eating disorder. I'd say I've got disordered eating. Whether or not that is different. There are a lot of females who have issues with body image. I think I've just gone a bit too far in the wrong direction. As much as someone else might think, 'You've got an amazing figure', in my head I still don't. It's essentially a cry for help. So I feel like that's why I am at the point of telling people as I know I'm doing stuff I shouldn't do." (, 18 Apr 2019)

She hopes to compete in snowboarding at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing. "I love it, absolutely love it, the challenge of pushing myself is what I live for." (, 04 Oct 2019)

She has served as an athlete advocate for UK Athletics [UKA]. (, 13 Mar 2021)

Gold Medal
Gold Medal Event
Silver Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event
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