Ariadna Edo Beltrán (1st July 1998) was born in Castellón and currently resides in Madrid where she trains at the ‘Centro de Alto Rendimiento (CAR)’ (High Performance Centre). She is one of the best Paralympic swimmers of her generation, on the national and international scene, with an impressive record of achievement, despite being a swimmer that turned 18 just this year, she has competed in adapted swimming since the 2013/14 season. She has won several gold medals in the Spanish Championships and a bronze medal in the 400m freestyle at the Glasgow 2015 World Championships. Furthermore, she has set different European records.
- At the 2016 Spanish Championships for adapted sports in Valladolid she won a gold medal in the 400m freestyle and 200m style and a bronze in the 50m freestyle.
- At the 2016 European Championships in Portugal she won bronze in the 400m freestyle and 200m style races, in the s13 category.
- At the 2016 International Open for adapted swimming in Berlin she won silver in the 800m freestyle and also broke the European record.
- At the 2015 S13 World Championship in Glasgow she won a bronze medal in the 400m freestyle and finished 6th in the 200m style.
- At the 2015 S13 International Open in Berlin she finished 6th and and set a European record in the 800m and 200m freestyle.
- At the 2015 Paralympic Swimming European Championship for national teams she won 4 Golds (50m and 400m freestyle, 50m and 100m butterfly S13).
- At the 2014 Paralympic Swimming Spanish Championship for senior clubs she won 5 Golds (50m, 100m and 200m butterfly, 50m and 400m freestyle).