Result: James Crisp, Sam Hynd qualify for men's SB8 breaststroke 100m final

Two British swimmers qualify for the final in the men's SB8 breaststroke 100m.

British pair James Crisp and Sam Hynd have qualified for the final of the men's SB8 100m breaststroke.

Both men finished third in their respective heats.

Crisp came in behind Matthew Cowdrey of Australia and Austrian Andreas Onea, in a time of 1:15.84.

Hynd swam 1:16.80 in the final heat, just behind Krzystof Paterka and fastest qualifier Andriy Kalyna of Ukraine, who swam 1:08.27.

The Ukrainian is the reigning champion and current world record holder.

The final takes place at 6.22pm tonight.

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