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Russell and Kearney secure gold in Glasgow

19 July 2015

Top performances from English swimmers Hannah Russell and Tully Kearney yesterday (18th July) secured two more gold medals for the British Para-Swimming team on the penultimate day of the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow.

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Second day silver success for Henshaw and Cashmore in Glasgow

15 July 2015

The second day of the IPC Swimming World Championships produced two more silver medals for Team GB yesterday (14th July) as Charlotte Henshaw smashed her own European record in the SB6 100m Breastroke, while Claire Cashmore clinched second place in the SB8 100m Breastroke.

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Silver for Simmonds on first night of IPC Swimming World Champs

14 July 2015

Four-time Paralympic Champion Ellie Simmonds was among five silver medallists for the British Para-Swimming team on day one in Glasgow yesterday as Andrew Mullen, James Crisp, Scott Quin and Tully Kearney all claimed a second place podium position while Susie Rodgers bagged bronze.

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