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Crowd cheers courageous swimmers

17 Mar 06 09:20
Natalie Du Toit beat her own world record to claim gold in the 50m EAD Freestyle Final. 

Natalie Du Toit beat her own
world record to claim gold
in the 50m EAD Freestyle Final.

In a world record time of 28.32, South Africa's Natalie Du Toit won the 50m Elite Athletes with a Disability (EAD) Freestyle Final and beat her own world record that she'd set in the heats this morning. 

Canada's Anne Polinario claimed the silver and Australia's Annabelle Williams won bronze.

Annabelle said after the swim, "The crowd is amazing. It's my first big meet and I'm really happy with how I swam."

The crowd really got behind the swimmers and cheered them on with some of the loudest support of the night.

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