Queensland native Logan Powell is a product of the USC Spartans and trains under the careful eye of Nathan Doyle. Competing at the 2016 Paralympics Games in Rio was a dream come true for the early-career athlete, who started swimming when he was nine years old. Since his debut Paralympic performance, Powell has gone on to represent Australia at the Para Pan Pacs and the Commonwealth Games, taking home an individual bronze medal in the Men’s 100m Backstroke (S9) on the Gold Coast.Read More
Rio, Brazil 2016
- Placed 7th in the Men’s 400m Freestyle (S9)
- Placed 8th in the Men’s 100m Backstroke (S9)
Gold Coast, Australia 2018
- Won bronze in the Men’s 100m Backstroke (S9)
Pan Pacific Para Championships
Cairns, Australia 2018
- Placed 8th in the Men’s 400m Freestyle Multi-Class
- Placed 13th in the Men’s 100m Backstroke Multi-Class
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Standing beside Brenden Hall in a 100m backstroke final.
Setting a new personal best in the 100m backstroke multi-class final at the 2016 Australian Swimming Championships.