Summers-Newton is making her Paralympic debutVenue: Tokyo, Japan Dates: 24 August-5 September Time in Tokyo: BST +8Protection: Comply with on Radio 5 Dwell and on the BBC Sport web site
Maisie Summers-Newton gained her second gold of the Tokyo Paralympics with victory within the SB6 100m breaststroke.
The 19-year-old Briton had gained gold in Thursday’s SM6 200m particular person medley, due to a powerful breaststroke leg.
She confirmed her class once more, beating China’s world document holder Liu Daomin in a brand new Paralympic document of 1 minute 32.34 seconds.
“I simply needed to present it my all and attempt to get that gold,” Summers-Newton informed Channel 4.
Crew-mate and five-time Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds completed fourth in 1:39.94.
The Northampton swimmer, who was impressed by watching Simmonds at London 2012, had set a brand new Video games document of 1:33.12 within the morning heats with Liu, who gained world gold in 2019, second quickest.
Liu began higher and emerged first from the underwater part however Summers-Newton shortly took management and was 1.2 seconds forward on the flip. She maintained her result in the tip, profitable by just below a second.
“Going into this morning, I believed silver could be incredible,” she added.
“However I knew I did an important warmth swim and seeing the opposite rivals’ instances, I believed gold is likely to be on the playing cards. Over the past 25 metres I simply needed to grit my enamel and go for it.”