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Day Five of Swimming Euros Ushers Fierce Competition Надіслати електронною поштою
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07.07.2011

203491_131666353529010_1337384_n.jpgThe International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming European Championships in Berlin, Germany entered the fifth day of competition on Thursday.

So far 288 medals have been awarded, including 96 gold, and a whopping 14 world and 12 European records have been broken.

 

Wednesday morning will see heats in 10 events take place before 23 finals are contested this evening.

 

After four days of competition Ukraine leads the medal table ahead of Great Britain and Spain. Two out of three (28) countries competing in the German capital have now won at least one medal.

 

The medals table so far stands as follows:


 

CountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1. Ukraine 25 21 15 61
2. Great Britain 15 17 18 50
3. Spain 14 7 9 3
4. Russia 8 10 10 28
5. Netherlands 5 4 2 11
6. France 3 4 5 12
7. Sweden 3 3 2 8
8. Germany 2 7 7 16
9. Belarus 2 5 1 8
10. Hungary 2 1 6 9

 


To keep up-to-date of the latest happenings in Berlin, simply do the following:

 

1. Watch it live!
Each day both sessions are broadcast live on www.youtube.com/paralympicsporttv and in Germany on www.spobox.tv Sessions start from 09:00-13:00 and 16:00-20:00 so make sure you tune in to see all the best action.

 

2. Facebook
To read up-to-date news and view the latest pictures from the venue then log ontowww.facebook.com/ipcswimming. Pictures from the Opening Ceremony and first sessions have already been uploaded and Paralympic Sport fans from around the world have shared their views on the Championship.

 

3. Tweet Tweet
For tweets from the best seats in the house (all of two metres from the pool) follow the IPC atwww.twitter.com/paralympic. Why not drop us a tweet telling us where you are watching the Championships and we’ll give you a retweet.

 

4. Live results
All live results from Berlin will be logged at http://results.paralympic.org so that you know what times your favourite swimmers are posting.

 

5. Records Galore
To check who holds he European and world records before each race make sure to check out www.ipc-swimming.org and to find out more about all the swimmers in Berlin take a look at the Biographies section.

 

6. Let us know where you are watching
If you’re watching the action live on the internet then let us know your name and where you are watching via our Facebook or Twitter sites and our commentators Nick Gillingham and Paul Noble will give you a shout out.

 

7. Like what you see?
If you like what you see in Berlin, then why not register for tickets for the London 2012 Paralympic Games which get underway next August. So far more than one million people have registered an interest to buy tickets and maybe you should consider doing the same atwww.tickets.london2012.com

 

http://www.ipc-swimming.org/news/2011_07_07a.html

 


 

 
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