Andrew Mullen

Date Of Birth: 29 November 1996
Place Of Birth: Glasgow
Current Club:
Current Club (non-affiliated): National Performance Centre/Manchester
Current Coach: Graeme Smith

ANDREW MULLEN is one of the most promising members of the British Para-Swimming team having won medals at two world championships and the European Championships. 

Mullen has had a stellar start to his international career, most recently at the IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow. Winning a total of four individual medals, two silvers in the S5 200m Freestyle and 50m Backstroke, and 2 bronze in the S5 100m Freestyle and 50m Butterfly. 

2015 also saw Mullen set two new European records in the S5 50m Backstroke and Butterfly events. It was the two gold medals the National Performance Centre swimmer claimed at the British Para-Swimming International Meet earlier in the year that sealed his place on the team.

2014 was full of achievement for Mullen also, he brought six medals home from the Eindhoven edition of the European Champs; four gold and two silver.

Progress came for Mullen on his IPC Swimming World Championships debut in Montreal in 2013 as the Scottish swimmer won two silvers and a bronze. Silvers came in the S5 50m Backstroke and the SM5 200m Individual Medley.

The previous season, he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, narrowly missing out on a medal as he finished fourth in both the 50m Backstroke and 50m Butterfly.

The promise showed back in 2011 by Andrew helped him make his international debut as a 14-year old at the 2011 IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin.

Main Event: Butterfly 

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