The Tokyo Paralympic Games will take place between 24 August–5 September.

Scottish representation on ParalympicsGB aquatics includes 6 swimmers.

PARA-SWIMMERS (in alphabetical order)


Stephen CLEGG, S12 (Edinburgh University); Coach: Chris Jones; Paralympic Debut: Rio 2016

S12 100m backstroke: Friday 27 August

S12 100m freestyle: Tuesday 31 August

S12 100m butterfly*: Friday 3 September

*Stephen is the current world record holder for the S12 100m butterfly


Louis LAWLOR, S14, SM14 (City of Glasgow Swim Team); Coach: Danielle Brayson;  Paralympic Debut: Tokyo 2020

S14 100m butterfly: Wednesday 25 August

S14 4x100m freestyle relay (MX): Saturday 28 August

SM14 200m IM: Tuesday 31 August

S14 100m backstroke: Thursday 2 September


Conner MORRISON, SB14 (University of Aberdeen Performance); Coach: Gregor McMillan; Paralympics Debut: Tokyo 2020

SB14 100m breaststroke: Sunday 29 August


Andrew MULLEN, S5 (City of Glasgow Swim Team); Coach: Ian Wright; Paralympics Debut: London 2012

4x50m freestyle relay, 20 points (MX): Thursday 26 August

S5 50m butterfly: Friday 27 August

S5 50m backstroke: Monday 30 August

S5 50m freestyle: Wednesday 1 September


Scott QUIN, SB14 (Edinburgh University); Coach: Mat Trodden; Paralympics debut: Rio 2016

SB14 100m breaststroke: Sunday 29 August


Toni SHAW, S9 (University of Aberdeen Performance); Coach: Gregor McMillan; Paralympic Debut: Tokyo 2020

S9 400m freestyle: Wednesday 25 August

4x100m freestyle relay 34 points: Sunday 29 August

S9 100m freestyle: Tuesday 31 August

S9 100m butterfly; 4x100m medley relay 34 points: Thursday 2 September