Thomas Hamer Breaks World Record in S14 200 Free at Commonwealth Games

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England’s Thomas Hamer pulled ahead of the S14 200 free final on the second 50, and none of the three Australians in the field were going to catch him. Hamer came in at 1:55.88, breaking his own world record of 1:56.18 set last July.

Australian’s Liam Schutler and Daniel Fox rounded out the podium, with Schluter finishing in 1:56.23 and Fox touching in 1:58.26. Fourth went to another Aussie, Michell Kilduff, in 1:59.55.

Also in the final were Wales teammates Jack Thomas (2:05.38) and Alex Rosser (2:05.60), Malaysia’s Jin Ping Ting (2:20.93) and Singapore’s Liang Chou Han (2:25.22).

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    Anonymous

    Liam we are so very… very proud of you…
    Love Uncle Adrian and Aunty Michelle