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Amy Marren

Amy Marren burst on to the scene with some stand-out performances as a 13-year old, earning selection to her first Paralympic squad at London 2012.

She impressed on her Paralympic debut, finishing fourth in the S9 400m Freestyle and fifth in the S9 100m Backstroke. 

In 2013, Marren impressed during mid-season, lowering the European SM9 200m Individual record in both March and April, qualifying for her first IPC World Championships in Montreal in the process.

Having lifted her first British Gas Swimming Championship title over MC 100m Butterfly, she excelled at the IPC Worlds in Canada, winning four golds and two silvers including individual titles over S9 100m Fly and SM9 200m Individual Medley.

Marren added the European SM9 200m Individual Medley title in 2014 and won a further five individual silver medals on her IPC European Championship debut in Eindhoven.


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European Champs 2016