Irish records continued to tumble during day two of the Irish National Short Course Championships at the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre.
European Championship team members Danielle Hill, Shane Ryan, Eoin Corby and Paddy Johnston were all adding to previous records, while Ellen Walshe, Naomi Trait and three relays joined the history makers.
Danielle Hill continued her assault on the record books adding the 100m freestyle to the 50m freestyle and 50m and 100m backstroke records she has broken over the past 10 days.
It was record number eight in the for the Larne swimmer as she dominated tonight's final in 53.81, breaking Mona McSharry's 2018 record of 54.34.
In third place, Kilkenny’s Naomi Trait took down the junior record in 55.13.
Shane Ryan, the European bronze medallist over the 50m Backstroke and Irish record holder in Backstroke and Freestyle events, took on the 50m Butterfly where he broke Barry Murphy’s 2013 record of 23.28 in 22.96.
Paddy Johnston claimed another junior record in as many days to win silver in 24.02.
In the Women’s 50m butterfly final, Templeogue’s Ellen Walshe took yet another record. The 18-year-old had set the current standard of 26.65 last month, but flew to 26.10 on Friday evening, knocking a full half second off her record for the gold medal.
The Irish Men's 800m freestyle relay team has set a new IRISH SENIOR and IRISH JUNIOR RECORD🙌— Swim Ireland (@swimireland) December 13, 2019
The team made up of Sean Mc Nicholl, Eoin Corby, Jack Fleming and Daniel Wiffen touched in 7:23.87.
What a way to finish the last men's event of the evening👊#ISC19 #IrishSwimming pic.twitter.com/sejiCjBVIE
Walshe was back in the water soon after to claim gold in the 400m IM with a personal best time of 4:38.38
Darragh Greene and Eoin Corby dominated the Men’s 100m breaststroke final with impressive lifetime bests - Corby’s an Irish junior record.
TWO MORE RECORDS fall in the last race of the session for the Irish Women's 800m Freestyle Relay Teams!— Swim Ireland (@swimireland) December 13, 2019
Seniors: Victoria Catterson, Mona Mc Sharry, Maria Godden, Rachel Bethel with 8:07.86
Juniors: Naomi Trait, Julia Knox, Ele Donegan, Amelia Kane with 8:14.78#ISC19 🙌☘️ pic.twitter.com/S1S0IgLIEO
The duo were the only two swimmers under the minute mark with Greene topping the podium in 58.13 and Corby in silver in 58.38.
In the Women’s 100m Breaststroke final, last week’s European medallist Mona McSharry claimed her first title of the week in 1:05.72.
McSharry is one those nominated for the Young Sportsperson of the Year in this year's RTÉ Sport's Awards.