Sophie Pascoe has finished her World Para Swimming Championships in style, winning her fourth gold medal in London this morning.
Having already won gold in the women's S9 100-metre butterfly, S9 100-metre backstroke and S9 100-metre freestyle, Pascoe was again in action this morning, competing in the S9 50-metre freestyle.
Pascoe would blitz the field in her final race, claiming victory and setting a new championship record in 27.77 seconds.
The win was New Zealand's sixth gold medal at the championships - four of which were won by Pascoe, the other two to Cameron Leslie, as well as one silver.
This morning's success was Pascoe's 12th career world title.