Devilfish Swimmer Sarah Maher Competes at Para Swimming World Series

 Devilfish Swimmer Sarah Maher Competes at Para Swimming World Series

 Sarah Maher, a 16 year old Devilfish swimmer, competed in the Para Swimming World Series held at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, IN from April 7th-9th. According to World Para Swimming, “Para swimming is open to male and female athletes in all eligible impairment groups who compete in backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle, medley and relay events. Competition opportunities include the Paralympic Games every four years, biennial World Championships and biennial or quadrennial regional Championships.   The World Series, featuring a number of swim meetings around the world was launched in 2017 to provide greater classification opportunities and top-level competition opportunities for athletes.”

Sarah, who swims for both the Devilfish and the Oak Knoll High School swim team, competed in four events in her classification; 50, 100, 200 and 400 meter freestyle, where she finished in 1st place in the 200M Free, 4th in the 400M free, 5th in the 50M Free and 6th in the 100M Free.

The entire Devilfish swim team congratulate Sarah on such a wonderful accomplishment and look forward to seeing her continued success.