New Zealand's Sophie Pascoe has won gold in the women's 200 metres Individual Medley at the Para-Swimming World Championships in Glasgow.
Pascoe entered the final with the fastest time and World Championship record.
She was looking to beat her own world record in this event set at the London 2012 Paralympic Games and finished with a time of two minutes 26.51 seconds, less than one second off her own world record.
Compatriot Mary Fisher won silver in the women's 400 Freestyle, coming in behind Germany's world record holder in the event, Daniela Schulte.
Paralympian Nikita Howarth had a great day in the pool, setting an Oceania record and personal best time of 1:29.77 to qualify for the women's 100 breaststroke.
Howarth went on to place sixth in the final in 1:28.77 and take another second off the Oceania record.
"It was another great day in the pool for the New Zealand," New Zealand coach Jon Shaw said.
"Sophie Pascoe had an outstanding swim producing a world class result. And Nikita Howarth swam times she has not been able to achieve for the past two years."
"Based on the team's performances so far at the Championships, we have now secured two slots for the nation at next year's Rio Paralympic Games."