Adam Purdy: Being Slower Now Will Put Me In Fast Lane Come Glasgow IPC Worlds

Adam Purdy of Canada -

Veteran Adam Purdy believes sacrificing a little speed early in the season will make him faster as the summer progresses. Purdy won the S6 100-metre backstroke in one minute, 22.10 seconds in Sunday’s final night of competition at the Speedo Can Am Para-swimming Championships

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Veteran Adam Purdy believes sacrificing a little speed early in the season will make him faster as the summer progresses. Purdy won the S6 100-metre backstroke in one minute, 22.10 seconds in Sunday’s final night of competition at the Speedo Can Am Para-swimming Championships

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