Team gb paralympic swimmers

Team GB’s Paralympic swimmers were spotted shaking up their training methods in #Devon. Find out what they were doing here

The Queen and Prince Philip are hosting a reception at Buckingham Palace tonight for Team GB Olympic and Paralympic medalists along with Prince William, Prince Harry, Duchess Catherine, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew. Above you can see Kate chatting to Olympic boxer Nicola Adams and Harry and the Queen talking with Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds. The Duchess is in a new customized dress by Alexander McQueen.

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Team GB Paralympic champion swimmer disqualified from race for... failing to cover tattoo

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge talks to paralympic swimmer Stephanie Millward during a reception held for Team GB Olympic and Paralympic London 2012 medalists at Buckingham Palace on October 23, 2012 in London, England.

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Swimmer Xu Qing is one of the few athletes mentioned by Chinese media The Chinese Paralympic team has powered to the top of the medals table in Rio, sweeping up more than 115 medals in the first five days. Team GB, in second place, has 63. But while the Olympics made household names of many Chinese athletes, as with many

Grace: paralympic swimmers compete against athletes with similar levels of function - though their disabilities may be very different. In consequence a single event in the pool may see a diverse array of swimming techniques specific to each athlete Picture: GETTY IMAGES

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Queen Elizabeth II Photos Photos - Queen Elizabeth II speaks with paralympians Ellie Simmonds, Jody Cundy and Sarah Storey at a reception for Team GB's 2016 Olympic and Paralympic teams at Buckingham Palace October 18, 2016 in London, England. - Olympics & Paralympics Team GB - Rio 2016 Victory Parade

Kate opted for the poppy-adorned gown at the reception to honour Olympic and Paralympic heroes, pictured with champion swimmer Ellie Simmonds

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