A total of 19 athletes set new world records at the penultimate leg of the Para Swimming World Series in Berlin, including Great Britain’s Stephen Clegg.
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Stephen Clegg was one of 39 para-swimmers named to British Swimming’s World Class Program (WCP) for 2022/2023.
Duncan Scott added a gold in the 200 free and a bronze in the 400 IM to Scotland’s medal totals on Day 2 in Birmingham.
Some of the most anticipated events include the women’s 50 breast, where South African sprint star Lara van Niekerk is looming.
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
Tully Kearney and Ellie Challis’s world records as well as three other gold medals gave the Brits a great showing on day one of Para Worlds
The three-time Paralympic medallist won the MC 100 fly in a time of 56.80 that put him well inside the World Championship qualification 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.
Two swimmers broke their respective class Paralympic records by competing with a higher class’ heats. A continental record also fell on day 7 prelims.
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.
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Stephen Clegg set a stunning new S12 world record in the men’s 100 fly to bring the curtain down on the British Para-Swimming International Meet in style.
Clegg led at the 50-meter mark, but ended up taking second to Dzmitry Salei, of Belarus, by .08. Clegg also talks about his preparation for Tokyo.
Great Britain announced the para swimmers who will compete at its upcoming home world championships in London.