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In Pictures: Bronze For Ireland On Final Day Of IPC Swimming World Championships

PJ Browne
By PJ Browne Updated

Ireland's IPC Swimming World Championships ended on a high on Sunday.

20-year-old Ellen Keane won the Irish team's second medal of the Championships by claiming bronze in the SM9 200m individual medley.

Earlier in the week, Darragh McDonald won bronze in the S6 200m freestyle.

Also on the final day in Glasgow, Nicole Turner completed an incredible feat by qualifying for her sixth final of the Championships. That was six events entered and six finals made.

James Scully rounded off the day with a personal best performance as he finished eight in the S5 100m freestyle.

Ellen Keane

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Nicole Turner

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James Scully

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Pictures: Sportsfile


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