T38 100 and 400m sprinter and C4 500m time trial paracyclist
The new sprinting and cycling superstar to emerge from Rio, Kadeena Cox is the first British team member to medal in two Paralympic sports in nearly 30 years. DMO shorts, socks, glove and vest are all an essential part of her training and competition attire.
BC1 Boccia player
Ranked among the top three in the world since 2011, boccia showman David Smith continues to dominate his BC1 class and picked up an individual Paralympic gold medal in Rio to add to his long list of accomplishments. The DMO scoliosis suit has been an essential part of his training kit since December 2015.
BC2 Team Boccia player
The first-ever person from Northern Ireland to represent her country at the Paralympics in boccia, the 21-year BC2 player has four international team medals to her name. Claire wears her DMO glove, shoulder brace and socks on a daily basis.
BC3 Team Boccia player
Scottish hotshot Patrick Wilson, who made his Paralympic debut this year, has won silver in the BC3 pairs at the 2014 World Championships and beat the World number 2 at the World Open earlier this year. He wears a DMO scoliosis suit, which he says has improved his life far beyond sport.
BC4 Team Boccia player
A relative newcomer to the sport, Rio Paralympian Evie Edwards has already seen great success, including a silver medal win at the 2015 BISFed European Team and Pair Championships. Evie is never without her DMO leggings, which she wears in training, for competition and in everyday life.
Jessica is only 16 years of age and already ranked number one in the world, a world record holder and the new Paralympic champion. She has noticed a marked improvement in her scores since wearing her DMO glove in both competition and practice.