Gabriel Geraldo Dos Santos Araujo was among the gold medallists on the final day of the World Para Swimming World Series in São Paulo.
The Brazilian swimmer produced a world record swim of 1min 5.44sec in his classification in the men’s 50 metres butterfly at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre.
His effort was rewarded with a total of 1,083 points, which saw the home favourite top the standings in the multi-classification event.
Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Daniel Dias, also of Brazil, ended as the runner-up on 997 points.
Dias had achieved a time of 34.92sec in his classification.
An all-Brazilian podium was completed by Bruno Becker da Silva, who recorded a time of 1:12.13 to receive 979 points.
Brazil's Veronica Mauadie de Almeida triumphed in the women's event with 742 points after she clocked 40.24.
Her compatriots Laila Suzigan Garcia and Maria Dayanne Da Silva both secured 722 points to end in joint second place.
The pair touched the wall in 41.73.
"The competition was great for me. I reached the score for the international season. I'm satisfied with the results but I know that I still have a lot of work to do"— Para Swimming (@Para_swimming) April 28, 2019
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In the men’s 400m freestyle competition, Argentina’s Inaki Basiloff claimed gold in a time of 4:45.74, earning him a score of 985 points.
China’s Dongdong Hua was second with 917 points, followed by Argentina’s Facundo Jose Arregui, who received 899.
Brazil’s Cecilia Araujo won the women’s event by finishing in 5:18.78, giving her a score of 821.
China’s Shuling Chen and Mexico’s Matilde Figueroa completed the podium on 792 and 776 points respectively.
A second World Para Swimming World Series event is taking place simultaneously at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow.