Kiwi para-swimmer Sophie Pascoe has continued her golden campaign at this year's World Para Swimming Championships with her third title in three days.
Pascoe collected gold with a dominant performance in the women's 100m butterfly S9 final, breaking another championship record in the process with her time of 1:04.35.
Her nearest opponent, Great Britain's Toni Shaw, finished 3.48 seconds behind.
This morning's win saw Pascoe claim her 11th world title after previosly winning the the 100m freestyle and 100m backstroke S9 finals the previous two days.
Pascoe has a chance to claim her 12th title overall and fourth in London later this week when she returns to the pool for the 50m freestyle S9 event.