Kirkby-in-Ashfield swimmer Ollie Hynd was the fastest in this morning’s (Friday) heats going into the final of the 400m Freestyle at the IPC World Championships.
Hynd, aged 20, clocked a time of four minutes 37.57 seconds in the heats.
That was a full ten seconds faster than the runner-up and three seconds faster than the winner of the other heat.
Hynd will now be going for his second gold of the competition in Glasgow after winning the 200m Individual Medley earlier in the week.
Mansfield’s Charlotte Henshaw also got on the podium earlier in the week.
She won silver in the 100m Breaststroke on Tuesday.
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