Jessica Fullalove continued her hot early season form as she took 50m Backstroke gold on the final day of the Berlin International Swim Meet.
Having already claimed 100m Back gold and 200m Back silver in Germany, the 18-year old City of Manchester swimmer clocked the second fastest time of her career to claim the sprint title, touching in 28.71 to break the Meet record.
Commonwealth and European champion Adam Peaty has also been competing in Berlin and the 20-year old comfortably completed his hat-trick of victories in the breaststroke events, taking gold in the 50m, the distance in which he is world record holder.
While Peaty was never challenging his world marker of 26.62, he did set a Meet record 27.32 in the heats then backed it up with a 27.34 effort in the final.
There were also British victories for City of Derby’s Danielle Lowe in the 200m Individual Medley (2:16.22) and City of Manchester’s Rebecca Guy in the 100m Freestyle (55.36 PB).