Gaffney broke Shelby Newkirk’s days-old record.
American swimmer Katie Ledecky has been nominated for an ESPY award for Best College Athlete after another record-setting season in the…
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Rebecca Meyers of the U.S. picked up three wins at the Para World Swim Series in Sheffield, GBR.
Copenhagen, Denmark played host to the inaugural event on the new Para Swimming World Series.
Ukraine’s Yelyzaveta Mereshko led all female swimmers in Rio with 5 total Paralympic medals. 4 were gold for Mereshko, all individual. Her only non-gold medal was a bronze from Ukraine’s mixed 4×50 free relay.
At Wednesday night’s Best of the Games ceremony, North Baltimore Aquatic Club was honored with the Building Dreams Award, which is given to an individual, group, or community that has gone above and beyond for Team USA.
Hometown hero Daniel Dias and Ukrainian visitor Denys Dubrov each won their second gold of the Rio Paralympics on day 5 and sit tied for the overall medal lead at 5 apiece.
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Seven Baltimore Paralympians who will represent Team USA in Rio in September are being honored by the Mayor.
U.S. Paralympics Swimming has declared its 2016 Swimming National Team with several veterans and emerging athletes as members on the list, including 12-time Paralympic gold medalist Jessica Long (above)
Yelyzaveta Mereshko broke the same world record twice in one day and was one of six individual gold medalists for the Ukraine, which now leads the medal table.
Five different events saw six world records fall on the second day of the 2015 IPC World Championships, and Russia and the Ukraine led all nations with five gold medals apiece.
American Becca Meyers has broken the World Record in the S-13 200 meter IM in Glasgow, Scotland.