Six world records, eleven European records, and numerous British records were broken at the British Gas Disability Open Short Course Swimming Championships this weekend.
Manchester Aquatics Centre hosted a mixture of newcomers and world-class swimmers, with a range of experience.
The most experienced and top medal winning Para-swimmer, Sasha Kindred, broke two British records and a world record - S6 100m Free (1:08.91, BR), S6 400m Free (5:10.77, BR) and SM6 200m IM (2:39.27, WR).
One of the rising stars in deaf swimming, Danielle Joyce, also claimed two new world records, in the S15 100m Back (1:04.45) and 400m Free (4:33.60).
European records went to Steph Slater for S8 50m Free (50.80), and Andrew Mullen, who broke two with 2:46.03 in the S5 200m Free and 38.88 in the 50m Back.
Scottish swimmer Mullen also achieved the Team trophy for the most individual points gained over the weekend.