Grant "Scotter" Patterson is a Australian Paralympian athlete, Patterson has Diastrophic dysplasia, a joint fusion disability connected to dwarfism. Other sports he competes in include Australian rules football, cricket and ice hockey.
Patterson owes his nickname, "Scooter", to the non-motorised scooter which he uses to move around, including up to the edge of the pool during competitions.
2014 – Swimming Australia Paralympic Program Swimmer of the Year.
2021 - Keys to the City of Cairns in recognition to performances at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
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Experience cannot be resold. Unless agreed in writing from FAN+.
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