Jessica-Jane Applegate set four British Para-swimming records while Georgina Pryor captured four golds at the East Swimming Short Course Championships in Luton.
Paralympic and IPC World champion Applegate has been in the form of her life this autumn, and clocked British records in four events over the weekend in Bedfordshire.
The 19-year old's 200m Freestyle effort was her finest swim of the weekend, stopping the clock on 2:05.60 in her heat swim, while efforts of 27.46, 59.03 and 9:09.20 were also new British S14 markers in the 50m, 100m and 800m Freestyle respectively.
Hoddesdon sprinter Georgina Pryor, who trains under Lisa Bates at the London Aquatics Centre, was the most decorated swimmer of the meet as she topped the podium in four events.
The 17-year old sealed the 50m and 100m Butterfly double with PB efforts of 27.02 and 1:00.18 respectively while further victories also came in the 50m Freestyle and 50m Backstroke after PB swims of 26.13 and 28.58.
Putteridge swimmer Lawrence Palmer was the top performer in the men’s events as he secured a clean sweep of the breaststroke titles.
The British Summer Champs 50m Breaststroke champion set lifetime bests in all three events, taking the 50m in 27.30 after a PB 26.79 in the heats, and securing the 100m and 200m Breast crowns in 59.13 and 2:12.26.
There were also golden hat-tricks for Leah Roughan, Becky Sherwin and Katie Brown in the women’s events, and Regan Lloyd in the men’s.
City of Peterborough 16-year old Roughan won the 400m Individual Medley and the 100m and 200m Breaststroke double with her PB 2:26.83 effort in the latter placing her third in the British historic short course rankings for her age group.
Her Peterborough teammate Brown captured 200m Butterfly gold and the 200m and 400m Freestyle double – the latter in a PB 4:14.96 – while Team Ipswich swimmer Sherwin, another talented 16-year old, claimed top spot in the 100m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke and 200m Backstroke.
Meanwhile, Sherwin’s Ipswich training partner Lloyd swept his way to the 100m, 200m and 400m Freestyle hat-trick.