Swimming – Women’s 200m Freestyle Final and Ceremony

5:35PM JST – The final for the Women’s 200m Freestyle events (S14):

Final Results: View Results on IPC Website

  • 1st: Valeriia Shabalina (Russia, RPC)
  • 2nd: Bethany Firth (Great Britain, GBR)
  • 3rd: Jessica-Jane Applegate (Great Britain, GBR)
  • 4th: Louise Fiddes (Great Britain, GBR)
  • 5th: Pernilla Lindberg (Sweden, SWE)
  • 6th: Angela Marina (Canada, CAN)
  • 7th: Ruby Storm (Australia, AUS)
  • 8th: Michelle Alonso Morales (Spain, ESP)

Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Australia (AUS)
Born: 18 November 2003
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– World #3 – 4x100m Freestyle Relay – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #5 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #9 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #9 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #10 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain

Bio: Ruby is a 17 year old Australian swimmer, currently preparing for her first Paralympics in Tokyo 2020. Born in 2003, Ruby originally learned to swim by watching her older sister. She competed at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships, coming home with a bronze medal in the 4 x 100m freestyle relay.

View Ruby’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Canada (CAN)
Born: 27 April 1999
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley

View Angela’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14
Country: Spain (ESP)
Born: 29 March 1994
Events: 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle
Result/Rank:

– World Record 1.12.62 (Glasgow British Open 2016)

– Paralympic Record 1.12.63 (Rio 2016)
– #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– #11 – 200m Freestyle – 2012 London Paralympics
– #15 – 100m Backstroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #13 – 200m Freestyle – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #16 – 200m Individual Medley – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #3 – 100m Breaststroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #5 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #7 – 100m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #7 – 200m Individual Medley – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #5 – 200m Freestyle – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #8 – 200m Individual Medley – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #9 – 100m Backstroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #3 – 200m Individual Medley – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #3 – 200m Freestyle – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #4 – 100m Butterfly – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– European #2 – 100m Breaststroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #5 – 200m Individual Medley – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #7 – 100m Butterfly – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #7 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– World #2 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #14 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– European #1 – 4x100m Medley – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #1 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #3 – 100m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #3 – 200m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

Bio: Michelle Alonso Morales is an experienced Spanish Swimmer, having won medals at international events since 2011. She took up swimming at age 11 due to Scoliosis and has been training ever since. She currently holds the world record in the 100m Breathstroke with a time of 1.12.62, as is looking forward to attending her third Paralympics in Tokyo 2020. Her favourtie food is Japanese Ramen and she loves the song Roar by Katy Perry at it inspires her to perform at her best.

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Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Great Britain (GBR)
Born: 22 August 1996
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2012 London Paralympics
– #4 – 100m Backstroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #2 – 200m Individual Medley – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #3 – 100m Backstroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Individual Medley – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– #2 – 200m Individual Medley – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #3 – 100m Backstroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #9 100m Breaststroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– European #1 – 100m Butterfly – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #2 100m Backstroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #2 – 200m Individual Medley – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– World #1 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #3 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #3 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #4 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– 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 Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

Bio: An experienced British Swimmer, Jessica-Jane is currently training for Tokyo 2020, her third Paralympics. In 2012, she set a Paralympic record and won gold in the 200m freestyle, going on to win a silver and bronze medal in Rio (2016). She has been appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire, and at 24 years old, is excited for her journey to come.

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Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Great Britain (GBR)
Born: 26 March 2001
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– European #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #3 – 100m Butterfly – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #3 – 200m Individual Medley – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #3 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– World #1 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #3 – 200m Individual Medley- 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #4 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain

View Louise’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SM14
Country: Great Britain (GBR)
Born: 14 February 1996
Events: 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– #1 – 200m Backstroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #2 – 100m Backstroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #2 – 200m Breaststroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #2 – 100m Breaststroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– European #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #1 – 100m Backstroke – 22018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #2 – 100m Butterfly – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– European #3 – 100m Breaststroke – 2018 Dublin, Ireland
– World #1 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #1 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Russia (RPC)
Born: 9 June 1995
Events: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #2 – 200m Breaststroke- 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #1 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #2 – 4x100m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #3 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain

View Valeriia’s IPC Profile page

Swimming/S14/SB14/SM14
Country: Sweden (SWE)
Born: 7 May 1994
Event: 100m Butterfly, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 200m Freestyle, 200m Individual Medley
Result/Rank:
– #5 – 200m Freestyle – 2012 London Paralympics
– #10 – 100m Backstroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– #11 – 100m Breaststroke – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #6 – 100m Breaststroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #8 – 200m Freestyle – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #8 – 200m Individual Medley – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #10 – 100m Backstroke – 2013 Montreal, Canada
– World #5 – 100m Backstroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #5 – 100m Breaststroke – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #6 – 200m Individual Medley – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– World #6 – 200m Freestyle – 2015 Glasgow, Great Britain
– #4 – 200m Individual Medley – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #4 – 200m Freestyle – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #5 – 100m Backstroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– #7 100m Breaststroke – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #1 – 200m Freestyle – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #2 – 100m Butterfly- 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #3 – 100m Backstroke – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #3 – 100m Breaststroke – 2017 Mexico City, Mexico
– World #5 – 200m Freestyle – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #8 – 200m Individual Medley – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #10 – 100m Breaststroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #12 – 100m Butterfly – 2019 London, Great Britain
– World #12 – 100m Backstroke – 2019 London, Great Britain
– European #1 – 200m Individual Medley – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #2 – 100m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #2 – 200m Freestyle – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #4 – 100m Butterfly – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #5 – 100m Backstroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal
– European #5 – 100m Breaststroke – 2020 Funchal, Portugal

View Pernilla’s IPC Profile page

 

 

Date

Aug 27 2021
Expired!

Time

Japan Standard Time
17:00 - 19:30
Category

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