The Irish high jumper competed in the Tokyo Paralympics last summer and had the privilege of being flag bearer for the opening ceremony.
He took silver at the Paris World Para Athletics Grand Prix earlier this month and is now focused on qualifying for the Paris Paralympic Games in 2024.
“Having fuel and the right nutrition is hugely important and I'm getting the best out of recovery with them, it makes a huge difference. The obstacles I've had to jump over, quite literally, they're the company helping me do it, it means a lot to me.”
At just 22 years old, he has been competing for Ireland since 2017 and is proud to have been the country’s flag bearer at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. He competes in the high jump.
Prior to competing for Ireland in the Paralympics, Jordan was the first one-handed basketball player in the world to represent their country. No one else has achieved this since!