16-year old Anastasia Pagonis set a world record while four other world records fell on Day 2 of the Paralympic Trials.
The first day of the Paralympic Trials saw multiple international medalists take to the pool for the competition being held at the University of Minnesota.
17-year-old Gia Pergolini from Dynamo Swim Club started off the 2021 U.S. Paralympic Trials with a bang, breaking the S13 World Record in prelims on Thursday.
The 2021 US Paralympic Trials will take place this week at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center from Thursday, June 17 to Saturday, June 19.
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Ariarne Titmus scared the world record in the 400 freestyle yesterday. Today she holds the top seed in the 200 freestyle.
Reigning Olympic champion in the men’s 200m free, Mack Horton, missed out on an individual qualification in that event but will try for the 800m free today.
Emma McKeon was one of four swimmers under the OQT during prelims, leading the 100 fly in 56.82, nearly 2 seconds ahead of the field.
Swimming Canada announced Thursday the final four swimmers nominated to the Canadian team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The two took us through competing at their first meet since the pandemic and what competition and Paralympic qualification will look like moving forward.
McKenzie Coan (above) won 3 gold medals at the 2016 Paralympic Games and 5 total medals at the 2019 IPC World Championships.
Due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Japanese Para Swimming Federation has just cancelled the Para Olympic Swimming Trials.
For the second time in history, cycling, swimming and track and field will hold a combined Paralympic Trials event as Minneapolis plays host in June 2020.
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