Antoni Ponce and Alice Tai have been crowned as World Para Swimming World Series champions following the series finale in Berlin.
Ponce became the first Spaniard to top the men's individual charts while Tai is the second British woman to claim the Series title.
Scores for the overall rankings are calculated by adding up the swimmers' two best point scores achieved in two different World Series events.
Ponce was able to dethrone Brazil's Daniel Dias, winner of the first two Series editions, with 4,166 points earned in Glasgow and Lignano Sabbiadoro in Italy.
There was a tie for second place between Italy's Simone Barlaam and Reece Dunn from Britain as the duo collected 4,124 points each.
In Berlin last weekend, Briton Tai broke seven world records in four days, and coupled with her performances in Glasgow, she amassed 4,329 points to clinch the series.
The Rio 2016 Paralympic champion follows compatriot Louise Fiddes in topping the World Series podium.
Multiple-Paralympic champion Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand finished second with 4,160 points, with Tai's team mate and London 2012 gold medallist Jessica-Jane Applegate in third on 4,037 points.
There was a third consecutive title for Chilean Alberto Abarza in the men's S/SB 1-3 high support needs event.
Mexico's Diego Lopez Diaz and Bruno da Silva completed an all-Latin American podium.
American Leanna Smith won the women's equivalent in front of three-times Paralympic champion Yip Pin Xiu of Singapore and Mexivan Viviana Perez.
The junior categories were both won by Britain with Maisie Summers-Newton and Louis Lawlor topping the standings.
The National Paralympic Committees title was won by Britain on 16,448 points, with Spain claiming second with 15,643 points and the United States third on 15,568 points.