Gia Pergolini, 17, smashes own 100m backstroke WR to win gold | Tokyo 2020 Paralympics | NBC Sports

After breaking the women’s 100m backstroke world record in the prelims, 17-year-old American Gia Pergolini clocks 1:04.64 in the final to best it again, winning gold and beating ex-record holder Carlotta Gilli of Italy. #NBCSports #Paralympics #UnitedStates
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Gia Pergolini, 17, smashes own 100m backstroke WR to win gold | Tokyo 2020 Paralympics | NBC Sports
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