The 25-year-old started the year on the Gold Coast taking home both T54 1500m and T54 marathon Commonwealth Games titles.

Just a week later de Rozario took maiden honours in the women’s wheelchair race at the London Marathon, finishing in one hour 42 minutes 58 seconds ahead of four-time champion Tatyana McFadden with fellow American Susannah Scaroni, in third.

She would meet McFadden and Scaroni once again at the Nottwil Grand Prix, where she put the world on notice after completing a clean sweep of her events.

De Rozario crossed in a time of 1:49.76 for first place in the 800m T53 before her 1,500m T53 race saw her equal McFadden's world record set in 2015 (3:13.27).

She also defended her 5,000m T54 title from 2017 against a strong field including US duo McFadden and Scaroni.


These are in no particular order, The Women's Game just wants to bring you some of the best moments from 2018.