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Less than a year to go until the Rio Paralympics, this weekend British para-swimmers were in record-breaking form. An impressive 25 records were broken at the National Para-Swimming Championships 2015 in Manchester, where over 300 competitors took part.
A group of 44 athletes has been selected to join the British Para-Swimming Podium and Podium Potential Programme as the sport enters the final stretch for Rio.
IPC Swimming has published an updated version of its classification rules and regulations, following an extensive review process instigated in 2013.
Tully Kearney brought the curtain down on her breakthrough international meet with double gold on the final day of the Glasgow 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships at Tollcross.
It was a night to remember for the British Para-Swimming team as Ollie Hynd, Sascha Kindred, Ellie Simmonds and Tully Kearney all struck gold in front of a home crowd at the Glasgow 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in Tollcross.
Glasgow-born Andrew Mullen won silver in front of a home crowd as Great Britain landed six medals from six finals on the opening night of the Glasgow 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships at Tollcross.