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World records for Meyers, Silverman, Wheeler at CanAms American swimmers show their dominance in the pool by breaking three world records on day one of the Spring CanAms which also serves as the US Paralympics Spring Nationals. /news/world-records-meyers-silverman-wheeler-canams /sites/default/files/images/20130709/130405152211013_151260876.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Bid process for swimming Worlds and Euros opens Potential organisers have until 31 August to bid to host two of the biggest competitions in the para-sport calendar which will take place in the two years after Rio 2016. /news/bid-process-swimming-worlds-and-euros-opens /sites/default/files/images/20130121/120904170050776_LON_0309_1825.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Ian Silverman breaks 400m individual medley mark Reigning 400m freestyle world and Paralympic champion Silverman provisionally shaves 0.15 seconds off SM10 world record at national competition in Richmond, USA. /news/ian-silverman-breaks-400m-individual-medley-mark /sites/default/files/images/20130709/130405152211013_151260876.mainpicture_612.jpg
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600 days until swimming Worlds marked with new website The 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships will take place in Glasgow, Scotland from 18-25 July. /news/600-days-until-swimming-worlds-marked-new-website /sites/default/files/images/130710125059636_swimming%2Bmen.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Simmonds, Fox, Craig break short course records 290 swimmers compete in Great Britain’s National Open Short Course Championships, breaking seven world and 15 European records. /news/simmonds-fox-craig-break-short-course-records /sites/default/files/images/20140423/120901231555223_Ellie.mainpicture_612.jpg
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World, Paralympic champions prepare for short course Some of Great Britain's finest World and Paralympic champions will be among the 290 disabled swimmers at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre this weekend (23-24 November), the largest event of its kind in the country for some time. /news/world-paralympic-champions-prepare-short-course /sites/default/files/images/20130424/130124160719887_151371193.mainpicture_612.jpg
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49. 'Amphibian Namibian' /feature/no-49-amphibian-namibian-makes-history-pool /sites/default/files/images/131113125332484_49%2BGideon%2BNasilowsky.jpg
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Sarah Louise Rung yearns to be world-record holder in Montreal Despite being a world and Paralympic champion, Norway’s Sarah Louise Rung has her eyes on another prize at the IPC Swimming World Championships. /feature/sarah-louise-rung-yearns-be-world-record-holder-montreal /sites/default/files/images/20130808/130124121734065_Sarah-Louise-Rung.png
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For Reynolds, it’s not too soon to swim toward Rio Young newcomer to the New Zealand swimming team has his sights set high for Montreal, which will be his first major international competition. /feature/reynolds-it-s-not-too-soon-swim-toward-rio /sites/default/files/images/130712091224138_Matthew%2BCowdrey.mainpicture_612.jpg
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What’s next for 16-year-old gold medallist? At 16, Josef Craig is eyeing World Championship qualification at this week’s British International Disability Swimming Championships. /feature/what-s-next-16-year-old-gold-medallist /sites/default/files/images/20130424/130124160719887_151371193.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Can Aussies continue success in Montreal pool? After finishing second to China in swimming at London 2012, Australia are hoping for a large medal haul at the IPC Swimming World Championships. /feature/can-aussies-continue-success-montreal-pool /sites/default/files/images/130514175704520_Brenden%2BHall%2BAUS%2BLondon.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Dias targets medals and records in all Montreal events Brazilian swimming sensation Daniel Dias is aiming to medal and smash records in all seven events at the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships Montreal /feature/dias-targets-medals-and-records-all-montreal-events /sites/default/files/images/20120818/120118162132114_82787822.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Nick Parr: Intellectually disabled athletes will benefit from 2012 One year on, the Executive Director of Inas (International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability), talks about the early legacy and momentum of including these athletes in London 2012. /blog/nick-parr-intellectually-disabled-athletes-will-benefit-2012 /sites/default/files/images/20140225/130124161433115_151031643.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Giles Long on Montreal 2013 Multi-Paralympic medallist and inventor of LEXI Giles Long gives his tips for what to watch at Montreal 2013. /blog/giles-long-montreal-2013 /sites/default/files/images/130810213841093_Giles%2BLong.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Helen Hynd: The dizzying heights of London 2012 Proud mother Helen Hynd reflects on watching her two sons compete for Paralympic medals /blog/helen-hynd-dizzy-heights-london-2012 /sites/default/files/images/120831223022751_Hynd%2Bbrothers.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Benoit Huot: Just one week until my home World Champs! On 12 August the world’s best swimmers will gather in Montreal for the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships. Benoit Huot talks about the Canadian team’s excitement for the first competition of its kind in North America. /blog/benoit-huot-just-one-week-until-my-home-world-champs /sites/default/files/images/20130402/130124132028039_151005538.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Stuart Lieberman: 15 most marketable para-athletes Following Alan Fonteles Oliveira’s inclusion in SportsPro’s 50 Most Marketable Athletes, here are 15 other Paralympians who IPC Editorial Co-ordinator Stuart Lieberman believes have the potential to make such a list in the future. /blog/stuart-lieberman-15-most-marketable-para-athletes /sites/default/files/images/130514150427381_151366915.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Benoit Huot: Bringing the World Championships home Canadian swimmer Benoit Huot makes his blog debut ahead of this summer’s IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal. /blog/benoit-huot-bringing-world-championships-home /sites/default/files/images/130124113338955_Benoit-Huot.png

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