Saturday, April 29, 2017

Shaw continues Scottish Record haul in Sheffield

Toni Shaw (S9, University of Aberdeen Performance), secured her hat-trick of Scottish Records on day 3 of the British Para Swimming International Meet, taking place at Ponds Forge in Sheffield. The 13-year old swam to a new record in the MC 100m butterfly World Series final, posting a time of 1:12.35 which saw her finish 7th overall with 784 points.

Reagan Doig (S14, Stirling Swimming) finished 14th overall for the event in a time of 1:11.46 (625 points).

Stephen Clegg (S12, University of Stirling) was back on the podium twice, with Silver in the MC 100m backstroke, where he won silver in a time of 1:02.01 (876 points). That improved on the British Record he set for the event at the Paralympic Games in Rio last summer.

Later on in the evening Clegg won Bronze in the MC 100m butterfly, finishing in 1:00.92, 812 points.

Andrew Mullen (S5, City of Glasgow Swim Team) made a welcome return to the podium on the penultimate day of racing at the British Para Swimming International Meet in Sheffield.

Mullen won silver in the MC 50m butterfly with a time of 37.59 (738 points).

Paralympic silver medallist, Abby Kane (S13, Ren 96) finished 6th overall in the MC 100m backstroke, with a time of 1:10.58 (849 points).

Full results can be found here

The link to live streaming can be found here