Alice Tai claimed two gold medals and a world record on the final day of the Para Swimming World Series in Germany's capital Berlin.
The Briton had already won four gold medals and she made it five with a world record swim to claim the 50 metres butterfly title.
Touching the wall in 30.62sec, she set a seventh S8 category world record at the meet and took gold with 962 points.
German Elena Krakow was third behind compatriot Gina Böttcher on points but was delighted with an S12 world record time of 29.49
Tai won the women's 100m backstroke title ahead of Verena Schott but the German turned the tables to win the women's 200m individual medley.
That's made the home crowd happy!! Verena Schott 🇩🇪 wins the women's 200 IM!!— Para Swimming (@Para_swimming) June 9, 2019
Beats Alice Tai into second then says:
"I told her you can have all the others but the medley is mine!"#WorldSeries #ParaSwimming #IDMBerlin2019 pic.twitter.com/ACD3V6QgOG
Compatriot Josia Topf, an S3 category swimmer, added to the home celebrations as he set a world record in the men's 50m butterfly event.
The 15-year-old clocked 54.01 to earn 1,066 points with Britain's Stephen Clegg winning the silver on 968 points and Czech swimmer Arnost Petracek taking bronze on 938 points.
United States swimmer Robert Griswold won the men's 100m backstroke and there was a gold medal for Rogier Dorsman in the men's 200m individual medley.