For Liam Schluter, little compares to the feeling of representing Australia at the Paralympic Games. Now a World Championships medallist, we suspect he will add the feeling of winning a Paralympic medal to that list come August.
As successful in the pool as he is now, Liam only began swimming competitively in 2009 – eight years after first learning to swim. In those eight years, there was every chance he would opt out of Para-swimming and pursue any one of the five other sports – rugby league, football, tennis, golf and indoor cricket – he was playing. But as luck would have it for the Australian Dolphins, the pool was where Liam felt most at home.
He made his Paralympic debut in 2016, contesting two finals, and tasted international podium success for the first time in 2018 – silver at the Commonwealth Games and dual gold at the Pan Pacific …Read More