Trowbridge's Aaron Moores continued his dream Paralympic Games debut as he made it in to the final of the SB14 100m breaststroke this morning.
The 18-year-old, who won a silver medal in the S14 100m backstroke on Saturday, finished fourth in his heat in 1:11.10 and qualifies sixth-fastest for today's final at 6.24pm.
Russia's Artem Pavlenko set a new world record of 1:08.08 in the morning's first heat at the London Aquatics Centre before that was smashed by Japan's Yasuhiro Tanaka, who was almost four seconds
ahead of Moores in 1:07.08.
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