Nikesha Harding has added incentive to make sure Australia stay top of the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games medal table, as she competes in front of her home crowd.
Brazil’s 14-time Paralympic swimming gold medallist Daniel Dias will compete at Tokyo 2020 in fitting Japanese style.
Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand signed off at the Para Swimming World Series in Singapore with her third world record of the meeting.
Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand set her second world record at the Para Swimming World Series in Singapore today as she earned 1,041 points in the women’s 50m freestyle after finishing in 27.69 seconds.
Nine-time Paralympic champion Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand broke a world record and Singapore’s Toh Wei Soong produced the most popular performance in earning home gold on the opening day of the World Para Swimming Series.
Home swimmer Toh Wei Soong is planning to build on his season’s success at the World Para Swimming World Series event which starts in Singapore tomorrow.
New Zealand’s Nikita Howarth has today announced her retirement from Para sport due to medical reasons.
Britain’s Alice Tai earned her second and third gold medals – plus a second world record – at the multi-classification World Para Swimming World Series in Glasgow.
Gabriel Geraldo Dos Santos Araujo was among the gold medallists on the final day of the World Para Swimming World Series in São Paulo.
The third day of the World Para Swimming World Series in Glasgow produced six world records in a programme of multi-classification finals - and three of them came in the women’s 100 metres backstroke, where Italy's Carlotta Gilli, Britain’s Alice Tai and Xinyi Wang of China all set new marks to take gold, silver and bronze medals respectively.
Five-time Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds triumphed on the second day of the World Para Swimming World Series event in Glasgow.
Brazil’s Maria Carolina Gomes starred on the second day of the World Para Swimming World Series in São Paulo.
Britain’s Alice Tai and Reece Dunn were among the winners on the opening day of the World Para Swimming World Series in Glasgow.
Brazil’s Daniel Dias clinched victory in the men’s 50 metres freestyle event at the World Para Swimming World Series in São Paulo.
Daniel Dias and Louise Fiddes, the reigning men’s and women’s World Para Swimming World Series champions, will be in action from tomorrow as they participate in simultaneous World Series events in their home countries.