Bouchervilloise semi-swim Clémence Paré takes over the world in Portugal

Bouchervilloise semi-swim Clémence Paré takes over the world in Portugal

Boucherville-Barra-swimmer Clemence Barry represented Canada last week as she competed in her first Para swimming World Championships in Madeira, Portugal.
The World Para Swimming Championships, which took place from 12-18 June, is an important event in the paragliding calendar. Canada is represented by a strong team of 30 swimmers.
Clémence, 19, competed against the best semi-swimmers on the planet. She participated in various events. In the NSM5 200m IM (individual medley) she managed to lower the Canadian record with a time of 4:45.69. I took fifth place. In the women’s 50 backstroke S5 she finished eighth with a time of 1 minute 3.51 seconds, then in the S5 50 freestyle she lowered one of her two bests to finish 11th in the world.

He made his first appearance at the age of 5
Clemens began swimming at the age of ten. She studied the Sports Studies program at De Mortagne High School. She trains at the Quebec High Performance Center attached to the Sports Institute (Olympic pool). It is under the direction of Technical Director Mike Thompson. She also teaches humanities, individual profile, at the Collège de Rosemont (distance learning).
Awards
The semi-athlete earned five medals for her count at the National Swimming Championships in Tucson Arizona in 2018, as well as a fourth place in the 200-meter medley at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru in 2019. She also holds a four Canadian record in semi-swimming. in a long cycle and four more in a short cycle. She also won a bronze medal in the Canadian Championships in 2018, in addition to a silver medal in the Canadian Championships in 2017.
At the 2022 Canadian Swimming Trials Bell, she placed fifth in the multi-level 200m freestyle. Her performance earned her qualification for the 2022 World Semi-Outdoor Swimming Championships. She was, of course, happy.
A little earlier, in February, Clémence achieved his two personal bests (50 freestyle and 200 freestyle) in Aberdeen, Scotland, as part of the FINA Swimming World Championships competition. I participated in two finals of the same races.
Clemens dreams of participating in the Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024.
Due to our printing delays, we are unable to report all of his results in these competitions.

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