Jenna Jones (swimming) is making her Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham when she competes in the women’s 50m freestyle S13 event. Diagnosed with rod-cone dystrophy, a rare degenerative eye disease, when she was in kindergarten, Jenna tried a variety of sports growing up but decided on swimming as her eyesight deteriorated. It proved to be a smart choice, with Jenna breaking 11 age records in swimming, before making the Rio 2016 Paralympics team. In Rio, Jones competed at the Rio 2016 Paralympics in five different events, qualifying and finishing seventh in the 50m freestyle S13 and 100m backstroke S13 finals. One of six children, Jenna is obsessed with dogs and describes herself as a Harry Potter nerd.
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