James Guy was one of the stars from the first day of the 2015 Flanders Cup in Belgium as he claimed double gold over 200m and 400m Freestyle.
The Commonwealth bronze medallist set the second fastest time of his career to take the 200m Freestyle in a meet record 1:46.94 before clocking the third fastest time of his life over his favoured 400m Freestyle, taking the touch nearly five seconds clear of the field in another meet record of 3:45.77.
Aimee Willmott was the only other Brit to ‘double up’ for two golds on the opening day in Antwerp as she claimed the grueling 400m Individual Medley and 200m Butterfly double.
The 21-year old claimed the scalps of two-time world champion Katinka Hosszu and two-time Commonwealth champion Hannah Miley to defend her 400m IM title in 4:35.74.
Just 20 minutes later, she was back in the water, finishing ahead of Hosszu again to claim 200m Fly gold in 2:10.85.
Among the other impressive GB performers on the opening day were Adam Peaty, Jazz Carlin, Georgia Davies and Sophie Taylor.
Peaty picked up 200m Breaststroke silver in 2:12.22 before storming clear impressively to take the 50m Breast title in a meet record 27.19.
Carlin also broke the meet record, defending her 800m Freestyle title in style as she touched in 8:25.18 – more than 13 seconds clear of the field!
Davies led home a British top four in the 50m Backstroke, finishing on top in 28.16 with Lauren Quigley (29.08), Kathleen Dawson (29.30) and Jessica Fullalove (29.30) following her home.
Finally, Taylor led home FOUR of her GB compatriots in the 100m Breaststroke final, winning in 1:07.86 from Siobhan-Marie O’Connor (1:08.17), Katie Matts (1:08.53 PB), Molly Renshaw (1:09.33) and Hannah Miley (1:09.55).