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Swansea Aquatics swimmer Aaron Moores could not have put himself into a better position for selection onto the GB team for the Paralympic Games in Rio by breaking the S14 100m Breaststroke World Record twice at trials in glasgow.

Moores, who won silver in the 100m backstroke at London 2012, went into the British International Para-Swimming Championships with a PB of 1:08.22, but came out of the heats with a new world best of 1:06.49. In the evenings final and alongside rival Scott Quinn, Aaron went even faster and lowered the World Record to 1:06.33.

Aaron will now be returning to Wales National Pool, Swansea to continue his preparations for Rio 2016 with coaches Stuart McNarry and Adam Baker at the Swim Wales High Performance Centre




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