Adam Peaty will be out for redemption in the final of the men’s 50 breaststroke after falling short in both the 100 breast here and the 50 four years ago.
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Ariarne Titmus will be eyeing her first Commonwealth title in the women’s 200 freestyle on Friday after settling for silver four years ago.
Summer McIntosh qualified for the final nearly five seconds clear of the field in the women’s 400 IM, aiming to become the joint world and Commonwealth champ.
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Pascoe said she blacked out on deck after winning her fourth straight Paralympic gold medal in the 200 IM. She had already won three medals in Tokyo.
USA’s Jessica Long became a 27-time Paralympic medalist while CAN’s Aurelie Rivard, BRA’s Maria Gomes Santiago, and CHN’s Zheng Tao picked up more golds.
A trio of Paralympic records fell on day 8 prelims. Among them was Italy’s Antonio Fantin, who bettered his S6 men’s 100 FR two-day-old Paralympic mark.
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.
Belarus’ Ihar Boki took the SM13 men’s 200 IM on day six, his 4th gold in Tokyo and 15th career Paralympic title. His swim was among nine World records too.
Dominant S13 swimmer Ihar Boki of Belarus won his second title in Tokyo with a 100 back world record of 56.36, his 13th career Paralympic title.
Ukraine’s Yelyzaveta Mereshko took about one-third of a second off the SM6 200 IM world record, set by Great Britain’s Maisie Summers-Newton in 2019.
15-time Paralympic medalist Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand will defend her 2016 Paralympic titles in the S10 100 back, S10 100 fly, and SM10 200 IM.
Brazil’s Daniel Dias announced that Tokyo will be his 4th and final Paralympic Games. He is set to defend his S5 50 back title for the 4th Games in a row.
Olympic Champion Caeleb Dressel takes on the SPEEDO SUB-20 CHALLENGE in the 50 short course meters freestyle December 10th, 9am PST, 5pm GMT.
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