Name: Bailey Moody
Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Classification: 4.0
Height: 5-7
DOB: 11/16/2001
Birthplace: Atlanta, Ga.
Hometown: Alpharetta, Ga.
High School: Providence Christian Academy (Lilburn, Ga.) ‘20
College: University of Alabama
Paralympic Experience
  • One-time Paralympian (2020); One-time Paralympic medalist (1 bronze)
  • Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, bronze
World Championship Experience
  • Most recent: 2018 – 6th
  • Years of participation: 2018
  • Top Finish: 6th – 2018
Personal: Daughter of Patrick and Tiffany Moody...Has two brothers, Luke and Caleb, and two sisters, Lexi and Emmy...Grew up playing several sports including basketball, tennis and softball...At age 10, she experienced a sore in her leg that was examined by her aunt, a doctor of physical therapy, who recommended that she be taken to the emergency room...Was diagnosed with stage four osteosarcoma, an aggressive cancerous tumor that originates at the end of a growth bone, that led to the amputation of her right leg...In 2014, she started playing wheelchair basketball for the Blazesports Jr. Hawks and has risen to become a young talent on the U.S. women’s wheelchair national team...Hobbies include theater and playing the piano and guitar...Wears #43 in honor of Philip Lutzenkirchen, a former Auburn University football player who died in a drunk driving accident...Appeared on the show “The Doctors” because of her unique amputation called rotationplasty.