New Zealand has enjoyed more world titles and a world record at the IPC swimming championships in Montreal today.
Sophie Pascoe won the women's 100m butterfly (S10) in a world record time.
Busting her own world record, it's the second time Pascoe has lowered the mark in the space of 12 hours.
Posting new world mark of 1:04.39 in the morning heats, Pascoe produced 1:03.95 in the final to win by almost five seconds ahead of Poland's Olivia Jablowska, who recorded a new European record time (1:08.54), and France's Elodie Lorandi.
Meanwhile, fellow New Zealander Mary Fisher has also become a multiple world-title winner, claiming the women's 100m butterfly (S11) in 1:16.08.
Fisher's fourth gold medal of the championships, she was joined on the podium by Ukraine's Olga Iakibuk and Swede Maja Reichard.
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