Ihar Boki Makes It 3 WRs & Wins In 3 Days At IPC Worlds; ER-Victory For Oliver Hynd

Ihar Boki (BLR) and, inset, Oliver Hynd (GBR), courtesy of British Swimming

For the third successive day at the IPC World Championships in Glasgow, Ihar Boki, of Belarus, dominated the men’s events with a world-record victory, his 56.74 victory in the S13 100m backstroke shaving 0.23sec off the standard he set for Paralympic gold at London 2012 and claiming the global crown by more than 2sec; world records for three Russians; Oliver Hynd delights hosts with gold and European record

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For the third successive day at the IPC World Championships in Glasgow, Ihar Boki, of Belarus, dominated the men’s events with a world-record victory, his 56.74 victory in the S13 100m backstroke shaving 0.23sec off the standard he set for Paralympic gold at London 2012 and claiming the global crown by more than 2sec; world records for three Russians; Oliver Hynd delights hosts with gold and European record

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