Some of the youngest members of the British Gas GBR Para-Swimming team swam in the DSE National Junior & Youth Championships 2014 at Ponds Forge, Sheffield, breaking both British and World records.
17-year-old Hannah Russell (S12) smashed her own MC 100m Backstroke world record by over 2 seconds (1:05.78). The IPC world champion also clocked a British record in the MC 100m Individual Medley of 1:08.90.
Four-time IPC world champion Amy Marren (S9) set a European record in her favourite event, the MC 200m Individual Medley (2:32.35).
Paralympic and IPC world champion Jessica-Jane Applegate, was untouchable as she set five new S14 British markers - 50m (27.70), 100m (59.69) and 200m Freestyle (2:09.30) as well as both the 100m (1:10.02) and 200m Individual Medley (2:29.48) events.
15-year-old SM14 swimmer Chloe Davies finished with a personal best to take the 200m Individual Medley British record in 2:30.41, as well as a British record in her favourite 100m Backstroke (1:07.05).
The other British records in the IPC classifications went to Andrew Mullen, Kahoru Harazawa and Thomas Hamer. IPC world silver medallist Mullen (SM5) took more than three seconds off his old 100m Individual Medley record with a 1:28.47, while Harazawa (SM10) lowered his own records over 100m (1:03.54) and 200m (2:16.72) Individual Medley. Finally, 15-year-old Hamer became the first S14 swimmer to break the two minute barrier in the 200m Freestyle, with 1:59.75.