Wheelchair basketballer Simon Munn will be competing in his sixth Paralympic Games after he was named in the ParalympicsGB team for London 2012.
He gives us an insight into the world of the GB team...
Abdi Jama, 29, category: 1.0
He's an absolute gentleman - and he's the best one-pointer in the world. He's a laid-back character 95% of the time and it takes a lot to get him riled up. But when he flips, he flips. He has lost it me with once before. We had a disagreement on court and neither of us would back down but, two hours later, it was forgotten about.
Matt Byrne, 37, category: 1.5
He's the pretty boy of the GB team - he likes to look after his appearance. He gets his fair share of stick for that but it's all tongue and cheek. He's an awesome 1.5 and a fantastic defender. He is an offensive threat but he's not used in that way for GB. He loves his fishing too. In fact, all of us used to go whenever we played at the Roosevelt Cup in Atlanta. There are two lakes there full of catfish. Unfortunately we're not going there this year. We have other fish to fry...
Peter Finbow, 37, category: 2.0
He's an absolutely solid player; offensively, defensively, he's just a very good team player. Off court he's a really nice guy to be around. He's the ideal man to talk to, go for a coffee with. He has a few tattoos across his body - he's got a huge one on his back currently under construction. He has to get it coloured in although he has refused our offers to colour it in for him. I'm not quite sure what it is though...
When he is on song with his shooting, well he is just awesome - Simon Munn on Jon Hall
Ade Orogbemi, 34, category: 2.5
He is one of the most improved players we have on the GB squad. He's such a solid all-round player. His biggest improvement has been the six inches between his ears! He's a much more intelligent player now. He used to be so fast, too fast for some people and used to get into foul trouble. He's corrected that now. He's a genuinely top bloke. He's missing his girlfriend, who lives in Spain. He played for a team out there last year.
The absolute clown of the team. He has been out injured for nine months because of a shoulder injury but he's back to full fitness and looking good. Jon and myself love a laugh and joke and take the mick - anything to boost the team morale. He likes his rugby league too being from Wigan.
Jon Hall, 30, category: 3.0
A quiet character off court - not that he's a loner, he gets stuck into the banter, but he is one of the quieter ones. On court he is improving fast. When he is on song with his shooting, well he is just awesome. His partner recently gave birth to a little boy called Taylor.
If he gets into a scoring run he can rack up 40 points in a game, no problem - Simon Munn on Terry Bywater
He played in Spain last year and has benefited immensely as a player. He's probably one of the best three pointers in the world and right now he is a key player for GB. If anyone has a problem with their computers then he's the man to go to. He's a bit of a geek.
Gaz Choudhry, 27, cateogry: 4.0
Two words - REALLY LOUD! He has a booming voice - which is rich coming from me - but he drowns me out, which is really saying something. On court he's a small four so he doesn't get much court time. But when he does and gets into his shooting pocket he's awesome. He's a very under-estimated player.
A very talented man. If he gets into a scoring run he can rack up 40 points in a game, no problem. It's whether he gets into that frame of mind though. He's one of the best shooters in the team. He's been playing in Spain and the experience has definitely improved his game. Off court, he likes to joke with me and Jonny.
The best three words to describe me on the court are 'big, strong, angry' - Simon Munn on himself
He's an animal. He really looks after himself physically and has tremendous upper-body strength as he does lots of training in the gym. Over the years he's just missed out on Paralympic selection so, despite the number of years he's been playing, London will be his first Paralympics. I thought he should have gone to Beijing four years ago but the coaching staff had other ideas. Out of everyone on the squad, he has worked the hardest. I'm really chuffed for him. His email address starts with "DiscoDan" as he used to be a DJ at clubs in his younger days.
Matt Sealy, 29, category: 2.0
London will be Matt's first Paralympics. He's a very solid two-pointer and a reliable character. Sometimes he can be quiet off court but he gets involved whenever he needs to.
Off-court, I'm the clown. I'm loud, I love telling people what to do and what not to do. But there are two sides to me. When it's game time it's serious. The best three words to describe me on the court are "big, strong, angry". I'm one of the biggest players on the team so I'm the one going inside the paint scoring buckets and picking up rebounds. But once the final whistle goes I'm back to my usual self, messing around in the changing rooms, splashing people with water from ice baths.
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