Some of Great Britain's top swimmers were in action for the last time in 2014 at the Scottish National Short Course Championships at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh last weekend.
Molly Renshaw was one of the stars of the meet as she broke her own English 200m Breaststroke record to win gold in 2:21.17, beating her old marker by more than 1.5 seconds and the rest of the field by more than four seconds!
Among the other record-breakers across the three day meet were Wales' Calum Jarvis (100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle) and another six of the Scottish swimmers in action.
Dan Wallace - who won Commonwealth gold over 400m IM earlier this year - returned from his base in America to win gold in the 100m IM (54.45) and silver in the 200m IM (1:56.32), breaking the Scottish record in the latter.
Another of Scotland's Commonwealth medal winners, Robbie Renwick was also in form as he lowered the Scottish 100m Freestyle record for the second time this season, stopping the clock on 47.96 for bronze.
There were also Scottish records for Jack Thorpe (50m Freestyle), Corrie Scott (50m Breaststroke), Cameron Brodie (200m Butterfly) and two for young backstroke ace Kathleen Dawson (50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke).
Finally, para-swimmer Scott Quin was celebrating Christmas early as he swam to personal bests in the heats of both the 50m and 100m Breaststroke, setting a British record 30.98 in the former and going under the SB14 world record in the latter with his time of 1:06.92.