Rebecca Turner claimed double gold on the second day of the Burns Open Meet 2015 at her home pool of Ponds Forge in Sheffield.
The City of Sheffield swimmer won the British 200m Freestyle title at London Aquatics Centre in 2012 and showed her class to take the touch in 2:01.68.
Having also won the 100m Free title on the opening day, Turner completed her freestyle hat-trick with 50m Free gold in 26.52 – less than a second shy of her PB 25.81.
Thomas Sunter, Adam Taylor and Lily West also claimed double gold on day two in Sheffield.
Sunter bagged the 200m Fly title in 2:03.16 then added 400m Free gold in 3:58.09 while City of Sunderland swimmer Taylor bagged the 200m Back title in 2:04.10 then the 50m Fly crown in 25.22.
West (Hatfield) began the day by ducking under the 5 minute mark for the first time over 400m Individual Medley, setting a PB 4:57.46 to take the touch from Birmingham’s Chloe Finch, also in a PB 4:59.77.
The 17-year old then claimed the 200m IM crown at the start of the fourth session, clocking 2:21.95 for the top spot.
There were a number of impressive junior performances on the second day in Sheffield, not least from 16-year old City of Birmingham swimmer Brittany Horton, who set her first 100m Backstroke PB since the 2013 ASA National Age Group Championships to take the open age group title in 1:02.46.