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Brits sign off from Eindhoven on a high

The British Disability Swimming Team, powered by British Gas, concluded their IPC Swimming World Championship campaign with a total of 16 gold medals after Daniel Pepper added to the impressive medal tally on the final evening.

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Simmonds claims fourth world title

Eleanor Simmonds was one of three gold medallists for the British Disability Swimming Team, powered by British Gas, on the penultimate day of competition at the IPC Swimming World Championships.

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Brits enjoy gold rush in Eindhoven

The British Disability Swimming Team, powered by British Gas, enjoyed a successful evening at the Pieter van den Hoogenband Swim Stadium in Eindhoven as they won a total of seven gold medals on the third day of competition at the IPC Swimming World Championships.

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Simmonds storms to world record

Double Paralympic Champion Eleanor Simmonds gave the British Disability Swimming Team, powered by British Gas, the perfect start to competition by knocking four seconds off her world record in the S6 400m Freestyle.

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