Hynd with his Disabled Sportsperson of the Year award in February 2015
|Born||27 October 1994|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Club||Nova Centurion Swim Club, Mansfield|
|Coached by||Glenn Smith|
Oliver William Hynd MBE, known as Ollie, (born 27 October 1994 in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire) is a British swimmer. He competes in the Paralympics as a class 8 swimmer, having neuromuscular myopathy and associated limb deformities.
Hynd made his international debut at the 2011 IPC European Championships where he won the 200 m individual medley, setting a new European record. In the 400 m freestyle, he finished in second place just behind older brother Sam.
Hynd won a gold medal in SM8 200m individual medley at Paralympics 2012.
In 2015, Hynd was awarded the Disabled Sportsperson of the Year accolade at the Nottinghamshire Sports Awards for the second year in a row.
At the Rio de Janeiro Paralympic Games in 2016, Hynd won the gold medal in his opening event, the 400 m freestyle S8, beating the world record in the final, held on 8 September. He repeated the feat in his closing event, winning gold and setting a new world record in the 200 m individual medley SM8.
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