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Susie Rodgers

Susie Rodgers has made rapid progress in Para-Swimming since taking the sport seriously after being inspired by the Beijing Paralympics in 2008.

She burst on to the international scene in 2011, winning five golds and a silver at the 2011 IPC European Championships in Berlin, clocking two European records and three British records in the process.

Rodgers qualified for London 2012 across five individual events the following season and won her first Paralympic medals with individual bronzes in the S7 100m Freestyle and S7 400m Freestyle as well as 34pt 4x100m Freestyle Relay bronze.

In 2013, she enjoyed an IPC World Championship debut to remember, bagging silver medals in the 50m, 100m and 400m Freestyle as well as the 50m Butterfly then landing gold with the 34pt 4x100m Freestyle Relay quartet.

Rodgers repeated her five-gold haul at the 2014 IPC Swimming European Championships in Eindhoven, adding the S7 50m Freestyle title to her collection for the first time in the process with a British record swim in the final.


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