TOKYO, Japan — Team USA has collected another gold medal and has set a world record in the Men's 100m Backstroke S8 during the Paralympics.
Robert Griswold finishing time was 1:02.55 beating the world record set in 2016 by .35 of a second.
Griswold is from Hickory, N.C. and is 24-years-old, Team USA official website shows. Congratulations to Team USA and Griswold.
Watch Griswold break the world record below.
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