Another great games for Ukraine tonight with six Gold medals and a World Record! Yelyzaveta Mereshko smashed a new world record, as her teammates stormed to five more golds in Glasgow tonight.
Her teammate, and 2013 world champion, Viktoriia Savtsova (34.20) followed her onto the podium. Thirteen-year-old Australian Tiffany Thomas Kane (34.73) completed her medal collection with Bronze, having won Gold and Silver earlier on in the Championships.
An excellent day for Ukraine all round, bringing their overall tally to 39 to take the lead in the medals table.
The USA’s Rebecca Meyers stormed to her second world record and world title of the competition, retaining her 400m freestyle S13 title. She brought down Ukrainian silver medallist Anna Stetsenko’s (4:28.32) mark from April by more than one second, adding another chapter to their thrilling rivalry. The win and new best is Meyers latest gold after the 20-year-old won the Women’s 200m Individual Medley on Tuesday.
Belarusian Ihar Boki met more success today after seeing off a challenge from Ukrainian Iaroslav Denysenko (4:00.69) in the men’s 400m freestyle S13 to win his fourth gold medal.
The Dutch champion Summer Mortimer converted her world record-breaking performance from the morning’s Women’s 100m Backstroke S10 to Gold. World champion from 2013, Sophie Pascoe (1:07.51), this time got silver to lead Great Britain’s Alice Tai (1:08.46) onto the podium with a Bronze.
After his success all week Brazil’s most decorated Paralympian from London 2012, Daniel Dias (35.51), now has four world titles from as many days following an excellent effort in the Men’s 50m Butterfly S5. Andrew Mullen (37.14) pleased the home support once again with Bronze.
Finish off the night the Australian 4x100m Freestyle Relay 34 point team of Ashleigh McConnell, Lakeisha Patterson, Maddison Elliott and Ellie Cole (4:24.17) won gold. The USA (4:25.45) took silver and Great Britain (4:29.83).
That’s all from us tonight, keep an eye on Twitter for all of the action again from tomorrow’s Finals and look out for our daily round-ups of the morning’s heats and the Finals.