Swimming – Men’s 200m Freestyle Final and Ceremony (S14)

5:28PM JST – The final for the Men’s 200m Freestyle events (S14):

Final Results: View Results on IPC Website

  • 1st: Reece Dunn (Great Britain, GBR) M
  • 2nd: Gabriel Bandeira (Brazil, BRA)
  • 3rd: Viacheslav Emeliantsev (Russia, RPC)
  • 4th: Liam Schluter (Australia, AUS)
  • 5th: Jordan Catchpole (Great Britain, GBR)
  • 6th: Nicholas Bennett (Canada, CAN)
  • 7th: Ricky Betar (Australia, AUS)
  • 8th: Mikhail Kuliabin (Russia, RPC)

Swimming/S14
Country: Australia, AUS
Born: 25 September 2003
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:
– World #3 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #6 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #7 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #10 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain

Bio: At only 17 years of age, Ricky Betar is an Australian swimmer from New South Wales. Ricky was a member of the bronze medal winning 4 x 100m Freestyle relay team at the World Para Swimming Championships in London, and recently took home 5 medals at the Australian Nationals Championships. Tokyo 2020 will be his first Paralympics.

View Ricky’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Australia (AUS)
Born: 11 January 1999
Events: 100m Butterfly, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– #5 – 200m Freestyle – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #7 – 200m Individual Medley – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #12 – 100m Backstroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #15 – 100m Breaststroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics

– #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Australia
– World #3 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #4 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #5 – 1200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #7 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #12 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain

Record: World Record holder
Virtus & WPS 400m freestyle 4:06.53, April 2019
Virtus & WPS 1500m freestyle 16:41.40 GG2019
4 x 100m relay
Virtus World record holder 4 x 200m relay

Bio: Liam Schluter is a versatile Australian Swimmer, currently holding the world records in a number of S14 events. He made his international debut at the 2015 Virtus Global Games in Ecuador, winning two gold medals and two silver medals in the pool. At the 2019 Virtus Global Games in Brisbane, Liam won six gold medals and three silver medals, making him one to watch out for at his second Paralympics in Tokyo 2020.

View Liam’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Brazil (BRA)
Born: 29 October 2001
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 200m Individual Medley, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:
– European #1 – 100m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #1 – 100m Breaststroke- 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #1 – 100m Butterfly – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

– European #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

View Gabriel’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Canada (CAN)
Born: 15 November 2003
Events: 100m Butterfly, 200m Individual Medley, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle

View Nicholas’ IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Great Britain (GBR)
Born: 5 October 1999
Events: 100m Butterfly, 200m Individual Medley, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:
European #2 – 100m Backstroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
European #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
European #5 – 100m Butterfly – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
European #5 – 200m Individual Medley – 2018 Dublin, Ireland

– World #2 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #5 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #5 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain

Bio: Jordan Catchpole is an up and coming British para-swimmer, having won medals at recent World and European championships. In 2017, we was named the Archant Suffolk Young Sports Personality of the year at the Suffolk Sports Awards. Coached by Tim Millett, Jordan is one to watch in Tokyo 2020.

View Jordan’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Great Britain, GBR
Born: 19 September 1995
Events: 100m Butterfly, 200m Individual Medley, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:
– World #1 – 100m Butterfly- 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #1- 4x100m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Individual Medley- 2019 London, Great Britain

Bio: Reece Dunn is an established para-swimmer who represents Great Britain on an international stage. He currently holds the world record in the S14 100m freestyle (51.52), 200m Freestyle (1:52.96) and the 100m Butterfly (54.46), as well as in the mixed 4 x 100m Freestyle relay. He will be one to watch in his first Paralympic campaign in Tokyo 2020.

View Reece’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14
Country: Russia (RPC)
Born: 4 May 1994
Events: 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:
– World #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #4 – 100m Breaststroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #4 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #6 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #12 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– European #2 – 100m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #2 – 100m Backstroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #2 – 200m Freestyle- 2020 Funchal, Portugal

View Viacheslav’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Russia (RPC)
Born: 25 August 1998
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– World #3 – 200m Individual Medley – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #4 – 100m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #6 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #8 – 100m Breaststroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #2 – 4×100 Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #6 – 100m Butterfly- 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #7 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #7 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #8 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #11 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– European #3 – 100m Freestyle- 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #3 – 100m Butterfly – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #3 – 200m Individual Medley – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #4 – 100m Backstroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #4 – 200m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #6 – 2100m Breaststroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

View Mikhail’s IPC Profile page

Date

Aug 27 2021
Expired!

Time

Japan Standard Time
17:00 - 19:00
Category

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