- Member of Dolphins team competing in the 2017 IPC World Swimming Championships, Mexico
- 2016 Paralympic Games- 5th 400m freestyle, 6th 50m freestyle, 7th 100m freestyle
- Posting a 2016 Rio Paralympic selection time for his classification
- Qualifying for his first senior team and representing Australia at the 2015 IPC World Championships
Buderim swimmer Braedan Jason had his Paralympic debut in the Rio 2016 Games.
The then 18-year-old’s blistering performance at April 2016 National Championships saw him qualify in five events, including the hotly contested 400m Freestyle.
Braedan began training with Jan Cameron and the USC Spartans in 2014.
Studying a Journalism degree at USC, Braedon often fits in lectures or studying in between swimming and strength and conditioning training.
As well as his exploits in the pool, Braedan is a successful ironman competitor for Alexandra Headland Surf Club, recording a ninth place finish at the 2015 National Championships.
Braedan was born with cone dystrophy, a condition which affects his visual acuity.