Margaret McIntosh ('Maggie') McEleny MBE (born 1965), also known as "Mad Maggie" for her unshakable desire to compete is a Scottish swimmer. She has paraplegia and epilepsy due to a head injury at age 11, which left her blind for a while. She competed in four Summer Paralympics from 1992 to 2004. In her career, McEleny has won three gold, five silver, and seven bronze medals at the Paralympics. She was inducted into the Scottish Swimming Hall of Fame in 2018.
|1996 Atlanta||4×50 m freestyle S1–6|
|2000 Sydney||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|2004 Athens||4×50 m freestyle 20pts|
|1992 Barcelona||100 m breaststroke SB3|
|1996 Atlanta||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|1996 Atlanta||150 m medley SM4|
|2004 Athens||50 m breaststroke SB3|
|2004 Athens||150 m indiv. medley SM4|
|1992 Barcelona||4×50 m medley S1–6|
|1996 Atlanta||50 m freestyle S5|
|1996 Atlanta||100 m freestyle S5|
|1996 Atlanta||200 m freestyle S5|
|1996 Atlanta||4×50 m medley S1–6|
|2000 Sydney||4×50 m medley 20 pts|
|2000 Sydney||150 m indiv. medley SM4|
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- National Portrait Gallery: Margaret McIntosh ('Maggie') McEleny
- McEleny strikes silver as Team GB impress again. Graham Wood, 24 September 2004
- Crossing the finish line. Jessica Kiddle, 24 March 2007
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- Scottish Institute of Sport: Goldzone 2004. (PDF)
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- Greatest British Olympic and Paralympic moments Daily Telegraph.
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