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Chloe Davies

After winning a bronze medal in the MC 200m Freestyle at her first British Gas Swimming Championships in 2012, Chloe Davies was selected as the youngest competitor - only 13 years old - to represent Paralympics GB at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

She impressed on her Paralympic debut, qualifying with the fastest time from the heats for the S14 100m Backstroke, eventually finishing within the top five.

Her rapid progress continued in 2013 as she was selected for the British team for the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships, going on to take bronze in the S14 200m Individual Medley, Davies’ first medal at a major international meet.

In 2014, Davies made her IPC Swimming European Championship debut in Eindhoven and reached the podium again in the increasingly competitive S14 class, setting a personal best for bronze in the 200m Freestyle.


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