She leaves Portugal with two silvers and two bronzes.
Nicole Turner has ended a fantastic personal week by taking a silver medal in the 50m Butterfly at the World Para Swimming European Championships.
The Portarlington teenager has already picked up two bronze medals in the 200m IM and 50m Freestyle along with another silver in the 100m Breaststroke.
🚨 MEDAL ALERT 🚨— Paralympics Ireland (@ParalympicsIRE) May 20, 2021
Nicole Turner smashes her PB with a time of 35.56 in the S6 50m Freestyle to finish third 🥉
Another amazing performance from Nicole with her main event still yet to come 🤯#TeamIreland | #Madeira2020 | #ParaSwimming pic.twitter.com/tFsihOXcuw
Her swim in the Freestyle was her first sub 36-second effort in the discipline.
Yesterday she smashed another PB in the Breaststroke final to swim a time of 1:42.45.
Here is her reaction to winning her second medal:
And in her final event just over an hour ago, she swam a time of 37.04 in her favoured event to finish second behind Eleanor Robinson of Great Britain.
Here she is talking to Paralympics Ireland after her latest medal win:
It's full steam ahead now to Tokyo for the Portarlington swimmer who will have renewed confidence that she can compete for more medals on the grandest stage in a couple of months time.
Eleanor Robinson 🇬🇧 🥇 and Nicole Turner 🇮🇪 🥈 celebrate their medals in the women’s 50m butterfly S6 at the Euros!— Para Swimming (@Para_swimming) May 22, 2021
📺Watch live: https://t.co/oF3nkNoQms
📊Results: https://t.co/vHKE8X9ptO #ParaSwimming #Madeira2020 @paralympics @SDGaction @pennybriscoe @ParalympicsIRE pic.twitter.com/A123l1mg5t