Fox ready to defend his freestyle gold
SWIMMING: He's got plenty of history on the international stage and Paralympian Daniel Fox is determined to continue the trend.
The USC Spartan had a solid outing at the national trials but expects to go even faster at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast this week.
He finished fourth at that meet but the S14-classed athlete said he had one of the fastest backends in the 200m freestyle.
"I was quite happy about that,” he said.
"Pretty much all the guys who beat me at the trials I'm going to give them one in the final at the commies.”
Fox was a silver medallist at the London Paralympics in 2012 and will also look to defend his 2014 Commonwealth Games gold in the 200m freestyle this week.
"I'm feeling pretty confident, I have my ups and downs but that's pretty much it,” he said. "Coming into the day I would've seen the psych (sports psychologist) and everything so my mind and body should be pretty much set for racing.” He will dive into the S14 200m freestyle heats and final on Thursday.