- LATEST TRIUMPHS:
- 2017 World Championships – Golds: women’s individual and mixed team W1
- Rio 2016 Paralympics - Gold: women’s individual W1 and mixed team W1
- 2016 European Para Archery Championships – Silver: women’s individual W1
- 2015 World Championships – Bronze: women’s individual W1
She won her first world titles in 2017 in Beijing China; including a record-breaking performance in the women’s W1.
Stretton notably took gold in her individual category to lead an all-British sweep, with Jo Firth taking silver and Vicky Jenkins completing the podium; it was only the second time in history a nation has swept the archery podium at a Paralympics.
Stretton was born with cerebral palsy and began archery through a Wheelpower Junior Games camp she participated at in 2012.
She won her first international archery gold medal at 14 years old at the 2014 International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Junior Games in Stoke Mandeville, Great Britain.
One year later she took bronze in her category at the World Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany.