Para swimmers Sophie Pascoe and Mary Fisher closed out their national short course championships with a world record each.
Pascoe had an outstanding national short course campaign which included breaking six world records.
The Christchurch swimmer capped the event by reclaiming the S10 100m butterfly world record with a time of 1:03.13, beating the old record held by Australian Paige Leonhardt by almost four seconds.
"It's been a pleasure to be back home to race and be a part of a great week," says Pascoe.
Wellingtonian Mary Fisher also got a world record of her own. Fisher set a new S11 100m butterfly world Para short course record with a time of 1:16.77, taking almost four seconds off her personal best.
13-year-old Erika Fairweather (Neptune) from Dunedin has also put on a record-breaking display, breaking the national girls 13-years 800m freestyle record with a time of 8:58.05.
Fairweather admitted after the race that she was gunning for the record.
"It feels great, I'm really excited. The body is a bit sore now, but it should be good for the 100 free tomorrow."
This week Fairweather has also broken the national girls 13-years 400m individual medley (4:55.18), 400m freestyle (4:22.52) and 200m freestyle (2:03.57) records.
Brearna Crawford (MAGS), 14, is another youngster who has been in scintillating form this week. In the morning session Crawford set a national girls 14-years 100m butterfly record with a time of 1:00.88.
This adds to the 200m individual medley and 50m butterfly records she's broken earlier this week.
After suffering from a bout of illness over the last couple of days, Daniel Hunter teamed up with his Howick Pakuranga club mates to dominate the men's 4x50m freestyle over North Shore A and Heretaunga Sundevils. The crowds wait to see if Hunter is well enough to compete tomorrow in the 100m freestyle and 50m backstroke.