Holmfirth swimmer Jonathan Booth has reached a final in the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
The 18-year-old from New Mill came home second in his semi-final to earn a place in the final of the S9 Men’s 400m freestyle.
Swimming in the semi-final against gold-medal favourite Australia’s Brenden Hall, Booth produced an impressive swim of 4.24.86 to take second.
Hall won the semi-final in 4.20.46, while Croatia’s Kristijan Vincetic clocked 4.27.48.
Booth will have to improve to get among the medals as the other semi-final winner, Federico Morlacchi, won in 4.22.20, with Booth’s Great Britain teammate Lewis White second in 4.22.63. Third was Portugal’s David Grachat in 4.22.86.