Sascha Kindred, Chloe Davies and Eleanor Robinson set world records as the British Para-Swimmers impressed on the opening day of the Berlin International in Germany.
Veteran Kindred, who is preparing to compete at his seventh long course IPC World Championship this summer, ducked under his own S6 world marker in the 100m Butterfly, touching in 1:10.26 to finish sixth in the MC race.
Robinson, who at 13 is less than half 37-year old Kindred’s age, also set a new S6 world record over 100m Fly, beating her old marker by nearly three seconds to claim MC bronze in 1:26.30.
Davies also clinched MC bronze with her effort in the 800m Freestyle, clocking an S14 world record 9:39.98, although the time is shy of Jessica-Jane Applegate’s British record 9:31.39.
Hannah Russell was among the other eye-catching performers in Berlin, winning MC 100m Backstroke silver and MC 50m Freestyle bronze while Scott Quin also reached the podium with MC 400m Individual Medley silver.
Quin also set an SB14 British record 2:30.45 over 200m Breaststroke while Rosie Bancroft lowered her S10 800m Freestyle record to 2:30.45.