Bluewater's Swedish swim star Adam Paulsson sets new Swedish record and qualifies for the European Championship in Glasgow
Stockholm, April 11, 2018 - Adam Paulsson, Bluewater sponsored Swedish swim star, has set his sights on winning medals in the upcoming 2018 European Championship in Glasgow this summer after a stunning weekend on home ground that saw him set a new Swedish record and qualify for Europe's top aquatics event in the Scottish city.
The Swim Open Stockholm competition in the Swedish capital’s Erikdalsbadet pool saw Adam pull out all the stops to set a new Swedish record in the 400 meters medley with a time of 4.18.09. That achievement, and good times in the 400 meters crawl and 200 meters crawl events, set Adam up to pitch himself against over 1,000 of the leading stars in European Aquatics competing for glory in Glasgow.
"I'm hugely happy with the weekend racing and now I’m going to build a razor sharp focus on doing really well in Glasgow in the 400 meters crawl and 400 meters medley,” said Adam. He said he’s going to push it hard to build a lasting legacy for the next generation of Swedish swimmers.
“Keeping motivated is about winning and that’s why I push myself hard every day - and I intend to go into the Glasgow European Championship with an attacking mindset,” said Adam
Anders Jacobson, co-founder of Bluewater holding company Blue AB, says: "Adam has once again proved that he’s in great shape, capable of racing his heart out and is well on his way to reaching his long-term goal - to be a medal contender in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Bluewater looks forward to see Adam grow, not only as a world elite swimmerbut also as a model for younger athletes with his healthy and environmentally friendly lifestyle. "
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