(born 1951/1952) is an Australian Paralympic lawn bowler. He became a paraplegic while working on a farm with his father. He was sitting underneath a slasher and changing the blades; the hydraulics broke and the slasher collapsed on him. His father pulled him out, and played a major role in his rehabilitation; he encouraged his son back into driving tractors on the farm. After the accident Lewis taught himself to ski and played lawn bowls. He won a silver medal in the men's lawn bowls pairs with Ken Moran at the 1984 New York/Stoke Mandeville Paralympics. Lewis and his wife Carol run a sheep and cattle property and a bed and breakfast lodge called Ruth's House near Tatong in Victoria. He is a Life Member of the Tatong Football Netball Club.
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