Mona McSharry has broken her fourth Irish senior record in three days at the Irish Short-Course Swimming Championships in Antrim.
In the 100 metre individual medley the Sligo swimmer broke her own record of 1.00.66 with a finishing time of 1.00.34.
🔥No record is safe with Mona McSharry in the pool 🔥— Swim Ireland (@swimireland) December 8, 2018
Mona has just broken her 4th IRISH SENIOR RECORD in 3 days in the 100m Individual Medley touching in 1:00.34 to break her own record of 1:00.66!! #ISC18 pic.twitter.com/bVtunJfAZM
The 18-year-old is having a championship to remember, yesterday she broke the 100 metre freestyle record, which had stood since 1995.
"I’m over the moon, I’m so happy," she said afterwards. "This morning to have got that record when it was 23-years-old was absolutely amazing."
On Thursday McSharry took the record for the 50 metre freestyle.