SWIMMING: Second gold for Stephanie
9:31pm Friday 16th August 2013 in Sport
CORSHAM swimmer Stephanie Millward clinched her second gold medal of the IPC World Championships in Montreal - and her third overall - this morning.
The 31 year old, who earlier this week won gold in the S9 100m freestyle and silver in the SM9 200m individual medley, helped Britain to gold in the 4x100m 34-point freestyle relay.
In the final race of the night, Millward, Susie Rogers, Claire Cashmore and Amy Marren - on the day after her 15th birthday - teamed up for victory.
The quartet stormed to victory in 4:27.95, beating the Canadian team into second by 7.46s.
It was Marren's second title, after she piped Millward to gold in the S9 200m individual medley, and a second medal of the night for Cashmore, who earlier bagged a silver in the SB8 100m breaststroke.
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