Firth wins silver and third medal of Rio Paralympics

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The Seaforde swimmer got second place in the S14 100m breaststroke final last night

Swimmer Bethany Firth has a third medal in Rio, after getting silver in the S14 100-metre breaststroke final last night.

The 20-year-old was short by just point two seven seconds, behind Spain's Michelle Alonso Morales.

Having got two golds in this year's games already, Firth now looks ahead to the two-hundred-metre individual medley on Saturday.

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