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Monday 4 July - IPC Euros Poolside Videos and News Bites

Read key results and watch poolside video interviews with the winners below. For more detail click through to the full report from day two by clicking the link below.

  • For a full report of the results from Day Two of the IPC Swimming European Championships 2011, click here.
  • To keep track of the British team's medal count in Berlin, click here.

First Euro title for Johnson

Paralympic champion Liz Johnson wins the first European medal of her career, clocking a personal best 1:38.89 for SB6 100m Breaststroke gold in Berlin.

Henshaw safe for silver

Defending champion Charlotte Henshaw pushes her British teammate all the way and wins a comfortable silver behind Johnson, touching in 1:39.98.

Dan's the man over 200m Free

World champion Dan Pepper holds off a determined challenge from Dutch swimmer Marc Evers to win the S14 200m Freestyle title in a British record 2:01.27.

European record for Watkin

Louise Watkin defends her European SM9 200m Individual Medley title in 2:35.99, knocking more than a second off the European record in the process.

Young reaches top spot at last

Thomas Young puts his disappointment from last night's S7 100m Backstroke behind him to clinch gold in the SB7 100m Breaststroke - two years on from being disqualified after touching first at the last European Champs.

Other News

  • James Crisp, Emma Hollis and Robert Welbourn set British records on the way to SM9 200m Individual Medley silver, SB7 100m Breaststroke bronze and SM10 200m Individual Medley bronze respectively.
  • Heather Frederiksen (S8 50m Freestyle) and Natalie Massey (S14 200m Freestyle) win silver medals while Ben Procter (S14 200m Freestyle), Gemma Almond (SM10 200m Individual Medley) and Claire Cashmore (SM9 200m Individual Medley) add to the tally with bronzes.
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