Michelle Konkoly continued her dazzling form at the US Paralympic Trials ©Getty Images

Six records were set on the final day of the US Paralympic Swim Trials in Charlotte, with Michelle Konkoly and Zach Shattuck producing the best performances.

Shattuck, a 20-year-old bidding to compete in his first Games at Rio 2016, first claimed victory in the 100 metres freestyle S6 with a time of 1min 13.73sec.

He followed up with a time of 3:01.09 to claim the 200m individual medley title.

Konkoly dazzled the crowd for the second day in row, breaking the women's 100m freestyle S9 national and Pan American records in both the preliminary and final rounds.

She swam 1:02.00 in the heats and followed suit by lowering the record to 1:01.25 in the finals. 

Konkoly had set a world record yesterday in the 50m freestyle.

Crowds cheer on American swimmers at the US Paralympic trials ©Getty Images
Crowds cheer on American swimmers at the US Paralympic trials ©Getty Images

Garner Moss was another to set his second national record of the Championships.

He clocked 1:12.49 in the preliminaries before winning the final with 1:13.14.

Griswold claimed the final record of the trials with 1:04.69 in the men's S8 100m backstroke.

Twelve-time Paralympic gold medallist Jessica Long and Noah Scherf were other winners on the final day of action.

The US team is now set to be officially confirmed tomorrow with a ceremony at Romare Bearden Park.