Braedan Jason made his international debut in Para-swimming at the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, where he placed fifth in the men’s 50m freestyle S13 and men’s 400m freestyle S13, sixth in the men’s 100m freestyle S13, and seventh in the men’s 100m butterfly S13.
It was a strong first showing by the then 16-year-old, who would go on to represent Australia the following year at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and achieve four top 10 placings under the late coaching dynamo, Olympic silver medallist Jan Cameron.
At his second campaign at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Braedan contested in three events. In the men’s 100m freestyle S12, he finished in fifth place overall in a time of 53.78. He placed sixth in the men’s 100m butterfly S12, touching the wall in 59.01. In the men’s 400m freestyle S13, he just missed the podium …Read More