In conversation with Paralympic swimmer Charlotte Henshaw


Charlotte Henshaw has been on the British Para-Swimming Team for almost ten years and has won medals at every level of competition including silver at the Paralympics in London and last year she lowered her PB for the first time in five years and she went on to win the silver medal in Glasgow.

2016 saw Henshaw continue to deliver world class swimming for Great Britain as she won another Paralympic medal, this time bronze in the Women’s SB6 100m Breaststroke after taking gold in the same event at the IPC European Championships earlier in the season.

Henshaw returned to form in 2015, a bronze medal in MC 100m Breaststroke at the British Para-Swimming International saw her qualify for her third World Championships. At the IPC Worlds Henshaw secured herself a silver in the SB6 100m Breaststroke in a European record time.

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This event is hosted by The University of Nottingham People and Culture Team. Part of the Disability December events programme.

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