Ida Andersson Wulf
Type of Impairment
Origin of Impairment
S7, SB6, SM7
Further personal information
Sports Science - Malmo University: Sweden
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She first tried swimming in 2001 at the FIFH Malmo club in Sweden, and began competing in 2013.
Why this sport?
She took up swimming as part of her rehabilitation.
Club / Team
FIFH Malmo [SWE] / Vellinge Nasets Simklubb [SWE]:
Hero / Idol
Swedish swimmer Sarah Sjostrom. (Athlete, 15 Aug 2018)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Have fun." (Athlete, 01 Dec 2017)
She has represented FIFH Malmo in national wheelchair basketball competitions in Sweden. (sydsvenskan.se, 27 May 2016)
To compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. (Facebook page, 13 May 2022)
She was born with Septo-optic dysplasia, a condition that affects early brain development. She is able to walk about 400 metres at a time, but uses a wheelchair for day-to-day life. (lokaltidningen.se, 01 Mar 2016; sydsvenskan.se, 17 Feb 2016)
|Women's 100 m Freestyle S7||Heat 2||2017-12-02||5|
|Women's 100 m Freestyle S7||Final 1||2017-12-02||5|
|Women's 100 m Breaststroke SB6||Final 1||2017-12-03||3|
|Women's 50 m Freestyle S7||Heat 2||2017-12-04||8|
|Women's 50 m Freestyle S7||Final 1||2017-12-04||8|
|Women's 100 m Backstroke S7||Final 1||2017-12-05||5|
|Women's 400 m Freestyle S7||Final 1||2017-12-06||2|