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Jones and Simmonds to go head-to-head on day four

6 July 2011

Natalie Jones and Ellie Simmonds will go head-to-head for gold after qualifying in first and second for the SM6 200m Individual Medley final in the morning session of day four at the IPC Swimming European Championships.

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Golden international return for Hynd

5 July 2011

Paralympic champion Sam Hynd won gold as the British Gas GBR Disability Swimming team completed a clean sweep of the men’s S8 400m Freestyle medals on day three of the IPC Swimming European Championships.

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Watkin defends European Medley crown

4 July 2011

World Champion Louise Watkin sealed her first 2011 IPC Swimming European Championship gold medal after showcasing an impressive finish and a European record in the women’s SM9 Individual Medley.

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Golden start for Brits in Berlin

3 July 2011

Double Paralympic Champion Eleanor Simmonds got the British Gas GBR Disability Swimming Team’s medal challenge off to a golden start by clocking a world record to win the S6 400m Freestyle at the IPC Swimming European Championships.

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