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Partnership Opens Doors for Australian Swimmers
Athletes Continue Strong Finishes in Brazil at Swimming Worlds
Next Year’s IPC Swimming European Championships Set to be Biggest Ever
A total of 800 athletes and team officials have been registered by their National Paralympic Committees (NPC) to take part in next July’s International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming European...
Cowdrey Promotes Swimming in Australia
Australia’s most successful male Paralympic swimmer Matthew Cowdrey has flown across the country to spread the benefits of Swimming to some of the Northern Territory’s indigenous and most remote...
Du Toit and Cowdrey Claim Commonwealth Games Victories
Paralympic Swimming stars Natalie du Toit (South Africa) and Matthew Cowdrey (Australia) claimed spectacular victories in the women’s and men’s 50m freestyle S9 event at the Commonwealth Games in...
Swimming Sport Technical Committee Meets in Eindhoven
Open Water Event Concludes 2010 IPC Swimming World Championships
Bonn, Germany – After six days of competition inside the Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Stadium, the 2010 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships finished with the...
Close Finishes in Heats at Swimming Champs Day 6
Athletes finished within seconds of each other at the heats this morning for the 2010 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.In the...
More Top Results at Day 5 of Swimming Champs
The globe was well represented this evening at the 2010 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships, with top placings from numerous countries.Norway's Sarah Louise Rung...
Du Toit Wins 5th Gold Medal in Eindhoven
Natalie Du Toit (RSA) continues to be one of the dominating swimmers at the 2010 International Paralympic Committee Swimming World Championships in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.Watched by a record...
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