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Andrew Mullen

After showing promise in junior events, Andrew Mullen made his international debut as a 14-year old at the 2011 IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin.

Competing in the S5 classification alongside another Brit in the shape of Paralympic medallist Anthony Stephens, Mullen impressed in Germany, lowering his PBs and claiming his first major medals with 50m Butterfly silver and 200m Individual Medley bronze.

The following season, he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012, narrowly missing out on a medal as he finished fourth in both the 50m Backstroke and 50m Butterfly.

Further progress came for Mullen on his IPC Swimming World Championships debut in Montreal in 2013 as the Scottish swimmer won two silvers and a bronze before he finally reached the top of the international podium in style in 2014, winning four golds and two silvers at the Europeans in Eindhoven.


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