Swimming – men’s & women’s 100m breaststroke SB14 – 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships Montreal

Men’s
Gold: Marc Evers, Netherlands
Silver: Yasuhiro Tanaka, Japan
Bronze: Artem Pavlenko, Russia

Women’s
Gold: Michelle Alonso Morales, Spain
Silver: Bethany Firth, Ireland
Bronze: Nicole Lough, Great Britain

Kim Min Seok, South Korea,
Groenewald Craig Frederick, South Africa,
Rousselle Maxime, Canada,
Wright Challis, South Africa,
Sverrisson Jon Margeir, Iceland,
Lee Tsun Sang, Hong Kong,
Au Kai Lun, Hong Kong,
Hayashida Taiga, Japan,
Vera Moran Alberto Jesus, Venezuela,
Pepper Daniel, Great Britain,
Moores Aaron, Great Britain,
Jung Yangmook, South Korea,
Quin Scott, Great Britain,
Eliason Richard, Australia,
Evers Marc, Netherlands,
Pavlenko Artem, Russia,
Tanaka Yasuhiro, Japan

“Gold:
Silver:
Bronze:

Corry Taylor, Australia,
Franssen Michelle, Belgium,
Palazzo Xenia Francesca, Italy,
Berczi Zsofia, Hungary,
Davies Chloe, Great Britain,
Stefansdottir Kolbrun Alda, Iceland,
Kasko Kirstie, Canada,
Diaz de La Vega Parra Mariana, Mexico,
Zharova Alexandra, Russia,
Lindberg Pernilla, Sweden,
Fowler Amanda, Australia,
van der Kulk Marlou, Netherlands,
Clarke Kayla, Australia,
Lough Nicole, Great Britain,
Firth Bethany, Ireland,
Toeters Magda, Netherlands,
Alonso Morales Michelle, Spain

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Montreal, Canada hosted the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships from 12-18 August.
Following the success of London 2012 the event is likely to be the biggest to date with around 500 of the world’s best swimmers from nearly 60 countries taking part.
The majority of medal winners from London will be competing in Montreal as swimmers start their preparations for the next Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016.