Not Content With WR Debut, Ellie Cole Makes It 2 in A Day For Gold At IPC Worlds

Ellie Cole, courtesy of Swimming Australia

A world record was simply the warm up for Australia’s Ellie Cole on the opening day of the IPC World Championships in Glasgow today: the final of the 100m Backstroke S9 delivered gold and a second global mark on the day, a 1:08.67 shaving the standard back from a morning 1:08.89; WRs, too, for Ihar Boki of Belarus in the 50m free and the Brazil mixed 4×50 free quartet

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A world record was simply the warm up for Australia’s Ellie Cole on the opening day of the IPC World Championships in Glasgow today: the final of the 100m Backstroke S9 delivered gold and a second global mark on the day, a 1:08.67 shaving the standard back from a morning 1:08.89; WRs, too, for Ihar Boki of Belarus in the 50m free and the Brazil mixed 4×50 free quartet

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