Paralympic Podium At 13, World Champion At 16 – and WR, too, For Maddison Elliott

Maddison Elliot, courtesy of Swimming Australia

At 13, Maddison Elliott became the youngest Australian at the London 2012 paralympics to make the podium, taking bronze medals in the 100 and 400m freestyle in the S8 category. Today, a 16-year-old at the IPC World Championships in Glasgow, she took down the 100m freestyle world mark with a 1:04.71 victory on another day of challenge for global standards

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At 13, Maddison Elliott became the youngest Australian at the London 2012 paralympics to make the podium, taking bronze medals in the 100 and 400m freestyle in the S8 category. Today, a 16-year-old at the IPC World Championships in Glasgow, she took down the 100m freestyle world mark with a 1:04.71 victory on another day of challenge for global standards

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