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Meet The Team - Andrew Mullen

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Get to know Andrew Mullen. Read his Tweets, view images, watch videos of him in action and being interviewed, check how his Paralympic rivals compare with him and much more.

Andrew Mullen

D.O.B.

29.11.1996

Born

Glasgow

Height

5ft 7in

Training base

REN 96

Coach

Andy Jackson

Paralympic History

Debut

In Action

S5 50m Freestyle on 30th August
S5 50m Backstroke on 6th September
S5 50m Butterfly on 7th September

Did you know?

  • After winning two medals on his international debut as a 15-year old at last year's European Championships, Andrew was named Scottish Disability Sport Athlete Of The Year.
  • He is a big fan of American sports and holds the likes of LeBron James and Kobe Bryant as two of his sporting idols, as well as boxer Floyd Mayweather.
  • Away from sport, he likes listening to music by rapper Mac Miller or eating his favourite meal - spaghetti and meatballs.

Andrew's Career

Andrew is Great Britain's brightest young prospect in the lower classifications, having made his international debut as a 15-year old at last year's 2011 European Championships in Berlin. He rose to the challenge in Germany, scooping two medals - bronze in the SM5 200m Individual Medley and silver in his favourite event, the S5 50m Butterfly. With Paralympic qualification standards sky high for London 2012, Andrew was left with a task on his hands to secure the S5 50m Butterfly time, but after coming close at the 2012 British Gas Swimming Championships, he ducked under the time at the second attempt at the British International in Sheffield, lowering the British record in the process.

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