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Liam Schluter

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“Work on the process & attitude = success.”

Age
22
CLUB
Kawana Waters Swimming Club
Coach
Michael Sage
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Liam Schluter

Achievements

Taking up swimming at the age of 10, Queensland-born Schluter competed at his first Paralympics in 2016. Two years later, the Kawana Waters athlete picked up a silver medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Men’s 200m Freestyle and two gold medals at the Para Pans Pacs in Cairns. At the World Para Swimming World Series in Melbourne, Schluter took home the trifecta, claiming a gold, silver and bronze medal, while at the 2019 World Para Championships he collected a bronze as part of the Mixed 4x100m freestyle relay (S14). Excitingly, Schluter will pull on the green and gold in 2021 when he competes at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.

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Paralympic Games

Tokyo, Japan 2020

  • Placed 4th in the Men's 200m Freestyle (S14)
  • Placed 9th in the Men's 100m Butterfly (S14)
  • Placed 10th in the Men's 200m Individual Medley (SM14)

Rio, Brazil 2016

  • Placed 5th in the Men’s 200m Freestyle (S14)
  • Placed 7th in the Men’s 200m Individual Medley (SM14)

Commonwealth Games

Gold Coast, Australia 2018

  • Won a silver medal in the Men’s 200m Freestyle (S14)

Pan Pacific Para Championships

Cairns, Australia 2018

  • Won gold in the Men’s 200m Freestyle (S14)
  • Won gold in the 4x100m Mixed Freestyle Relay (56 points)

World Para Swimming Championships

London, England 2019

  • Won bronze in the 4x100m Mixed Freestyle Relay (S14)
  • Placed 4th in the Men’s 200m Freestyle (S14)
  • Placed 5th in the Men’s 200m Individual Medley (SM14)
  • Placed 7th in the Men’s 100m Butterfly (S14) (Oceania Record)
Another bronze for Australia on night four.
Schluter was oroud to secure a bronze medal with his teammates at the 2019 World Para Champs in London.

In The Pool

Commonwealth Games

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Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

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World Para Championships

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