It will be Ariarne Titmus versus Summer McIntosh tonight in the women’s 400 freestyle, both having already won two individual golds in Birmingham.
La sesta e ultima serata di nuoto dal Sandwell Aquatic Center di Birmingham, in Inghilterra. Risultati ed analisi dell’ultimo giorno
On the last day of CGs, world record holder Ariarne Titmus goes head-to-head with teen star Summer McIntosh in the 400 freestyle.
Gabriel Bandeira broke the 200 IM SM14 world record to win his second gold medal of the meet and close the gap between the U.S. and Brazil in medal standings
Barlaam crushed his own 100 free S9 world record by .8 to win gold for Italy, helping further establish their dominance on the medal table after day four.
Spearheaded by seven Tokyo Paralympic champions, an exciting combination of experience and emerging talent makes up the British team headed to Madeira.
January 1 saw 20 people connected to swimming & diving in the UK receive orders of chivalry as Members or Officers of the Order of the British Empire.
Plymouth Leander swimmer Reece Dunn capped off his tumultuous year by being awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) on New Year’s.
As four World and eight Paralympic records fell during day 9 finals in Tokyo, USA’s Jessica Long earned her 28th career Paralympic medal.
During the penultimate prelims session of the Tokyo Paralympics, one World, two continental, and three Paralympic records were broken.
After picking up golds in the S14 100 free and mixed 4×100 free relay, Brit Reece Dunn took down the 200 IM World record en route his third title in Tokyo.
ESP’s Ponce Bertran broke the 1996 SB5 men’s 100 breast Paralympic record during prelims before RPC’s Granichka re-wrote it in World record fashion.
China currently leads the medal table with 25 total medals, five more than the RPC. In the S11 women’s 100 back, China finished 1-2-3, led by Cai Liwen.
American Robert Griswold upgraded his 2016 bronze to 2020 gold in the S8 men’s 100 back here in Tokyo en route a new class World record.
Roman Zhdanov (middle) and Valeriia Shabalina of the Russian Paralympic Committee each broke a world record on day 1 of the Tokyo Paralympic Games.