Paralympics Verena SCHOTT HOLT bronze over 200 m layers

Maisie Summers-Newton (born 26 July 2002) is a British Paralympic swimmer, competing in S6 handicap occasions. In August 2018, she took gold in the IPC Swimming European Champions SM6 200m private collection and also set a new world record at 2:59.60. She also holds the S6 100m Breaststroke world record in 1:33.92, which she attained in May 2018 at the British Para-Swimming International Meet.She was nominated for the 2018 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year, signing up with a shortlist of 10 other British athletes.Summers-Newton took gold at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in London. She developed a new world record for the SM6 200m Person Collection when she beat Yelyzaveta Mereshko from the Ukraine. The record had actually been set earlier that year by Summers-Newton in Glasgow.In April 2021, at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge sporting activities centre, Summers-Newton came 2nd in factors in the freestyle swimming to Elegance Harvey as well as, in July, she was named as part of the Great Britain group to contend at the postponed 2020 Summer season Paralympics in Tokyo. At the Paralympics, Summers-Newton won gold in the 200m private collection, establishing a brand-new world record of 2:56.68 at the same time.

It won the Britin Maisie Summers-Newton in world record time of 2: 56.68 minutes before the Ukrainian Jeljzaweta Mereeschko (2: 58.04). For the 32-year SCHOTT, the third participation is the second Paralympics medal. In 2012 she had won silver in the same discipline. In 2016 in Rio, the German floats had brought only three medals, including no golden. Through her paradestrain 100 m breast on Saturday, SCHOTT is also one of the pot favorites. At their first start over 50 m freestyle she had expected the final run on Wednesday. The first German medal, also bronze, had won on Wednesday cyclist Denise Schindler on the track.