Simon Patmore OAM
- Awarded Medal of the Order of Australia
- Paralympic Winter Games Gold & Bronze Medalist
- 4 x Para-Snowboard World Cup Gold Medalist
- Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist & Champion
- Paralympic Summer Games Bronze Medalist
Simon Patmore's sporting career started in 2009 at a sporting talent camp where he was approached by a highly-qualified sprint coach. 18 months later, he was crowned the 100m T46 Commonwealth Games Champion in 2010. Then in 2012, he earned a bronze medal at the London Paralympic Games in the 200m T46 event.
In 2014, Simon made the change to winter sports and now represents Australia on the World Para- Snowboard tour.
Simon has received multiple medals throughout his snowboard career including four gold medals in the World Para-Snowboard competition, a silver medal at the Audi Quattro Winter Games; and another silver medal at the Dew Tour competition in Colorado.
At the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games, Simon was crowned Snowboard-Cross Champion which broke a 16-year gold medal drought for Australia. He also became the first Australian Male Athlete to medal at both the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games. His name is written in the history books as the first Paralympic Snowboard-Cross champion in the UL category and the first Para-Snowboard Gold medalist for Australia.