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Masie Summers-Newton has smashed a second world record on consecutive days at the 2018 World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships in Dublin.
Summers-Newton followed up Tuesday's SM6 200m individual medley success with another superb gold medal in the SB6 100m breaststroke.
She won in 1:33.63 to shave 0.29 seconds off her previous world record that she set in Sheffield in May.
Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds completed a British one-two in the final, claiming the silver medal in a time of 1:41.56.
Summers-Newton said: "It's not sunk in yet. I didn't expect to come here and break two world records. It's amazing and I'm so happy.
"When I first started swimming I just wanted to make the team, and it's become a dream to get to a Paralympics. That dream could still come, but just to represent Great Britain here is amazing."
Day three at Dublin also saw gold medals for Bethany Firth and Hannah Russell.
Firth won her second European gold of the championships in the S14 100m backstroke, taking the title in 1:04.23. Fellow Brit Jessica-Jane Applegate took silver in 1:07.38.
Meanwhile, Russell had to share her gold medal with Germany's Elena Krawzow following a tie in the S12 50m freestyle that saw both swimmers touch the wall in identical times of 27.94.
"I'm happy with that swim overall," said Russell. "It's a little bit weird having two gold medallists, but it's nice to share the podium with someone else. I had no idea how close we were until the race was over."
Firth got to within 0.18 seconds of her world record as she led Applegate home by more than three seconds.
"This season has been a mixture of ups and downs, so to get close to my world record, I’m so happy," she said. "The team is doing amazingly well and we're cheering each other on, it's a great atmosphere."
Jordan Catchpole set a new British record of 1:01.71 in the men's S14 100m backstroke as he claimed his second silver medal of the championships, while Toni Shaw swam a PB of 1:09.18 to take silver in the S9 100m butterfly.
There was also a bronze medal for Megan Richter, who clocked a PB of 1:42.86 to finish third in the SB7 100m breaststroke.
In the men's S12 50m freestyle final, Stephen Clegg set two new British records in one day. His second record, 24.79 in the final, earned him fifth overall in Europe.
2018 World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships Results - Day 3
Men's 400m Freestyle S11
GOLD: Viktor Smyrnov (Ukraine) 5:01.63
SILVER: Salvatore Urso (Italy) 5:17.56
BRONZE: Mykhailo Serbin (Ukraine) 5:17.86
Women's 400m Freestyle S11
GOLD: Liesette Bruinsma (Netherlands) 5:04.74 - WR
SILVER: Cecilia Camellini (Italy) 5:20.53
BRONZE: Martina Rabbolini (Italy) 5:49.94
Men's 100m Breaststroke SB5
GOLD: Antoni Ponce Bertran (Spain) 1:29.85
SILVER: Marco Maria Dolfin (Italy) 1:41.36
BRONZE: Ivo Rocha (Portugal) 1:44.25
Women's 100m Breaststroke SB5
GOLD: Yelyzaveta Mereshko (Ukraine) 1:41.24
SILVER: Sarah Louise Rung (Norway) 1:44.54
BRONZE: Verena Schott (Germany) 1:44.66
Men's 100m Breaststroke SB4
GOLD: Francesco Bocciardo (Italy) 1:48.16
SILVER: Stephan Fuhrer (Switzerland) 1:54.36
BRONZE: Petr Andrysek (Czech Republic) 1:56.91
Women's 100m Breaststroke SB4
GOLD: Fanni Illes (Hungary) 1:51.13
SILVER: Giulia Ghiretti (Italy) 1:53.04
BRONZE: Monica Boggioni (Italy) 1:57.13
Men's 50m Freestyle S12
GOLD: Illia Yaramenko (Ukraine) 23.64
SILVER: Iaroslav Denysenko (Ukraine) 23.73
BRONZE: Maksym Veraksa (Ukraine) 24.06
Women's 50m Freestyle S12
GOLD: Hannah Russell (Britain) 27.94
GOLD: Elena Krawzow (Germany) 27.94
BRONZE: Alessia Berra (Italy) 28.67
Men's 50m Freestyle S8
GOLD: Michal Golus (Poland) 28.06
SILVER: Joshua Grob (Switzerland) 28.43
BRONZE: SS Martos Minguet (Spain) 28.67
Women's 50m Freestyle S8
GOLD: Claire Supiot (France) 31.22
SILVER: Xenia Palazzo (Italy) 31.34
BRONZE: Kateryna Denysenko (Ukraine) 32.47
Men's 100m Backstroke S14
GOLD: Marc Evers (Netherlands) 1:01.25
SILVER: Jordan Catchpole (Britain) 1:01.71
BRONZE: Vasyl Krainyk (Ukraine) 1:01.74
Women's 100m Backstroke S14
GOLD: Bethany Firth (Britain) 1:04.23
SILVER: Jessica-Jane Applegate (Britain) 1:07.38
BRONZE: Eva Coronado Tejeda (Spain) 1:13.43
Men's 200m IM SM13
GOLD: Ihar Boki (Belarus) 2:04.19
SILVER: Kyrylo Garashchenko (Ukraine) 2:12.42
BRONZE: Alex Portal (France) 2:15.49
Women's 200m IM SM13
GOLD: Carlotta Gilli (Italy) 2:22.12 - WR
SILVER: Anna Stetsenko (Ukraine) 2:29.87
BRONZE: Ariadna Edo Beltran (Spain) 2:34.66
Men's 50m Breaststroke SB3
GOLD: Efrem Morelli (Italy) 49.03
SILVER: Ami Omer Dadaon (Israel) 55.06
BRONZE: Andreas Ernhofer (Austria) 59.44
Women's 50m Breaststroke SB3
GOLD: Arjola Trimi (Italy) 1:04.48
SILVER: Dominika Mickova (Czech Republic) 1:07.89
BRONZE: Olga Sviderska (Ukraine) 1:12.23
Men's 400m Freestyle S10
GOLD: Maksym Krypak (Ukraine) 4:01.86
SILVER: Bas Takken (Netherlands) 4:03.89
BRONZE: Stefano Raimondi (Italy) 4:06.61
Women's 400m Freestyle S10
GOLD: Oliwia Jablonska (Poland) 4:34.37
SILVER: Bianka Pap (Hungary) 4:39.65
BRONZE: Elodie Lorandi (France) 4:40.02
Men's 100m Breaststroke SB6
GOLD: Ievgenii Bogodaiko (Ukraine) 1:20.31
SILVER: Andreas Skaar Bjornstad (Norway) 1:24.50
BRONZE: Mark Malyar (Israel) 1:24.67
Women's 100m Breaststroke SB6
GOLD: Maisie Summers-Newton (Britain) 1:33.63 - WR
SILVER: Ellie Simmonds (Britain) 1:41.56
BRONZE: Viktoriia Savtsova (Ukraine) 1:41.93
Men's 100m Breaststroke SB7
GOLD: Simon Boer (Netherlands) 1:20.67
SILVER: Torben Schmidtke (Germany) 1:27.00
BRONZE: Jurijs Semjonovs (Latvia) 1:27.56
Women's 100m Breaststroke SB7
GOLD: Oksana Khrul (Ukraine) 1:38.93
SILVER: Vendula Duskova (Czech Republic) 1:42.57
BRONZE: Megan Richter (Britain) 1:42.86
Men's 100m Butterfly S9
GOLD: Federicao Morlacchi (italy) 1:00.11
SILVER: Simone Barlaam (Italy) 1:00.76
BRONZE: Jose Antonio Mari Alcaraz (Spain) 1:01.15
Women's 100m Butterfly S9
GOLD: Sarai Gascon (Spain) 1:08.24
SILVER: Toni Shaw (Britain) 1:09.18
BRONZE: Nuria Marques Soto (Spain) 1:10.40