Paralympics 2012

Slattery into 100m SB5 final

2012-09-05 11:42
Tadhg Slattery (File)
Cape Town - South Africa's multiple Paralympic medal winner, Tadhg Slattery, has reached the final of the men's 100m breaststroke SB5 on Wednesday.

Slattery, 40, qualified for Wednesday evening's final with the fourth quickest time in qualifying (1:39.55).

South Korea's Woo-Geun Lim was the quickest in the heats, touching the wall in a time of 1:34.94.

The final is scheduled for 19:23 SA time.

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