Paralympics founder Dr Ludwig Guttman was 'a visionary'
Stoke Mandeville Hospital, in Buckinghamshire, is widely credited as the birthplace of what became the Paralympics movement.
Dr Ludwig Guttman believed that sport could be a life-changing experience for people with disabilities and held the first event of its kind in 1948.
Gordon Infield, who attended the first international Games for the disabled in 1952, calls Dr Guttman a "visionary".
Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson tells the BBC's Matthew Morris the London Paralympics will be a Games that athletes will never forget.