Adam Peaty and the Mixed Medley Relay quartet both won gold on day four of the World Champs, catapulting GB to the top of the medal table.
Peaty set a world record in the 50m Breaststroke semi-finals, before touching for gold 0.15 seconds clear of second placed rival Cameron Van Der Burgh.
"To swim a world record and be world champion is incredible" - Fran Halsall (Mixed Medley Relay)
The 20-year-old is now the second British swimmer in history to claim two individual golds, having bagged the 100m Breaststroke title earlier in the week. This matches David Wilkie’s 100m and 200m Breaststroke in Colombia 40 years ago!
"That was really good,” said Peaty. “I got the world record yesterday and secured the title today – I couldn’t really ask for more.”
The Brit then joined teammates Chris Walker-Hebborn, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and Fran Halsall to set a world record and secure the seventh medal of the Champs for GB.
Halsall bought the gold home touching 1.56 seconds clear in 3:41.71. “I think we all stepped up and did a great swim. To swim a world record and be world champion is incredible."