Paralympians Pascoe and Fisher break 50 butterfly world records

Two 20 year old Paralympians who were stars in London set world records on the third day of competition at the State New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

Sophie Pascoe, who won 6 medals at the 2012 Games and has 10 overall, set a new world record in the 50 butterfly-S10 by swimming a time of 29.21 breaking her own record of 29.57, which was set this summer.

Mary Fisher, who broke the 50 butterfly-S11 world record in London by swimming a time of 35.12, bettered that mark this morning by posting a time of 34.35.


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