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IPC SWIMMING

USA Jessica Long

1 March 1992 Irkutsk, Russia
LATEST TRIUMPHS:
2013 IPC Swimming World Championships - Gold: 200m individual medley, 400m freestyle, 100m butterfly; Silver: 100m freestyle; Bronze: 4 x 100m freestyle relay 34 points
London 2012 Paralympics - Gold: 100m butterfly, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley, 100m & 400m freestyle; Silver: 100m backstroke; Bronze: 4x100m individiual medley relay
2010 IPC Swimming World Championships - Gold: 100m butterfly, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley, 100m & 400m freestyle; Silver: 50m freestyle & 100m breaststroke
Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games - Gold: 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley, 100m & 400m freestyle; Silver: 100m backstroke; Bronze: 100m breaststroke
2006 IPC Swimming World Championships - Gold: 50m, 100m & 400m freestyle, 100m butterfly, 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke, 200m individual medley, 4x100m individual medley & 4x100m freestyle relay
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Jessica Long - Paralympic Athlete

Jessica Long was named the 2011-12 Paralympic Sports Woman of the Year by the United States Olympic Committee, after winning eight medals, made up of five gold, two silver and one bronze, at London 2012.

Aged 12, making her the youngest member of the US Paralympics team, she made her international debut at the Athens 2004 Games and won three gold medals.

In 2006, the S8 swimmer broke 18 world records, including five at the 2006 IPC World Swimming Championships, where she also picked up nine gold medals. In the same year she was named U.S. Olympic Committee Paralympian of the Year and also Disabled Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World Magazine.

After winning six titles at the 2010 IPC Swimming World Championships, Long will added to her medal collection at the 2013 IPC Swimmming World Championships with three golds, one silver and a bronze.

Despite her relatively young age, she is one of the world’s most decorated swimmers with 17 Paralympic medals, including 12 gold, and 17 World medals consisting of 15 gold.

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