The wheelchair basketball stars are far too modest to take that tag for themselves, but they do cite Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird as sporting role models - and like their heroes, they are empowering women and girls not just as athletes but also by bringing their whole selves to their sport. The Americans both returned from Tokyo with medals - Rapinoe adding a bronze to the football gold she won at LondonBird bringing home a fifth successive gold in basketball. Williams and Love want to emulate them in that respect too. Since then, both women's and men's wheelchair basketball team programmes have benefitted from millions of pounds worth of UK Sport funding. Expectations are high. It's just never been in our history to get there - it's always been the Americans, the Germans, the Canadians and never really us.
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