Bethany Firth set her second world record in as many nights as she continued to steal the show on day two of the 2015 British Para-Swimming International Meet in Glasgow.
Firth, who will make her international debut for Great Britain at this summer’s IPC Swimming World Championships, claimed her second gold of the meet with victory in the MC 200m Individual Medley.
Having won the MC 100m Breaststroke title on the opening night, the 19-year old lowered the SM14 200m IM record with a 2:22.67 effort in the heats, before beating the marker again to take gold in 2:22.14.
Paralympic and world SM6 champion Ellie Simmonds took silver in 3:06.44 while SM14 world silver medallist Jessica-Jane Applegate set a PB 2:27.37 for bronze.
Matthew Walker was the other British gold medallist on day two in Scotland, claiming victory in the MC 50m Freestyle.
The 36-year old S7 swimmer went faster than his time to win World gold two years ago as he took the touch in 28.36.
Matthew Wylie took gold in the B final of the same event, tying the S9 British record on 26.70 while Josef Craig clocked an S8 British record 27.85 for bronze in the same final and S5 swimmer Andrew Mullen set a PB 35.41 to place fourth.
Having won MC 100m Freestyle silver on the opening night, S12 swimmer Hannah Russell took bronze over half the distance.
The 18-year old was just 0.13 seconds off her British record as she reached the podium with a 27.64 effort.
Oliver Hynd and Lyndon Longhorne were the only two other British medallists on the night, Hynd taking MC 200m Individual Medley silver in 2:24.00 and Longhorne lowering his SM3 150m Individual Medley British record to 2:49.60 for silver.