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Summary

  1. Jessica-Jane Applegate (GB) Women's 100m Butterfly champion, Dai Tokairin (Jap) Men's winner
  2. Ellie Robinson takes gold in Women's 50m Butterfly, Carlos Serrano Zarate (Col) wins Men's race
  3. GB's Alice Tai wins Women's 100m Backstroke, Jordan Catchpole (GB) wins Men's event
  4. Bethany Firth finishes second in 100m Backstroke and third in 100m Butterfly
  5. Four-day event doubles as GB selection for the Euro Championships later this year
  6. Coverage provided by British Swimming

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. BBC coverage

    BBC Sport will be broadcasting online and on connected TV during all four days of the British Para-Swimming International Meet at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

    Every race will be a multi-classification format, with competitors awarded a points score for their finishing time in relation to the world record in their own classification, so the swimmer who touches home first is not necessarily the winner.

    The meeting will include national events for British swimmers, as well as international class races as part of the World Para Swimming World Series.

    Sat, 2 June

    16:50-19:35BST: Finals – 100m backstroke, 50m butterfly & 100m butterfly.

    Sun, 3 June

    16:50-19:15BST: Finals – 200m freestyle, 400m freestyle & 50m backstroke.

    For a round up of start lists and results for individual events, visit the British Swimming website.

  2. What is it?

    The British Para-Swimming International Meet 2018 takes place from 31 May to 3 June at the Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield.

    The competition will also act as the fifth and penultimate leg of this year's World Para Swimming World Series, which saw its inaugural season in 2017.

    It will see the para-swimming elite, including five-time Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Simmonds, converge on the city of Sheffield for four days of world-class action.

    It will also double as the British selection meet for the European Championships in Dublin later this year.

    2018 World Series Events:

    Denmark: 2-4 March

    USA: 19-21 April

    Brazil: 26-28 April

    Italy: 24-27 May

    Great Britain: 31 May-3 June

    Germany: 7-10 June

    Ellie Simmonds
  3. Get inspired: Your path to Paralympic glory

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    If it's your dream to compete at the highest level then Para Sport could be the destination for you.

    Their Pathway to the Paralympics scheme includes initiatives and events which are designed to help you develop your skills and get the best out of disability sport.

    If you're not sure which sport to focus on, use the site to find a sport, however if you have your heart set on a certain discipline, then go straight to finding a club in your local area.

    You will be trained by professional coaches to really ramp up your fitness and technique to help you reach your full potential.