|IPC Swimming World Championships|
|Venue: Tollcross International Swimming Centre, Glasgow Dates: 13-19 July|
|Coverage: Daily reports and interviews on the BBC Sport website|
Britain's Charlotte Henshaw twice improved her 100m breaststroke European record but was beaten to gold at the IPC Swimming World Championships by teenager Tiffany Thomas-Kane.
Henshaw, 28, finished second in a time of one minute, 36.94 seconds, having clocked 1:37.45 in the morning heats.
Thomas-Kane, 13, the youngest member of the Australian team in Glasgow, set a new SB6 world record of 1:34.95.
GB's Ellie Simmonds took bronze.
Mansfield's Henshaw told BBC Sport: "My aim was to focus on my own performance and I'm delighted to have come away with two best times.
"I knew I would have a tough race after this morning and it is nice having a goal to reach. Now I want to make the move to the top of the podium.
"This year has been a massive learning curve for me and I am really excited to put those changes into a full-year programme ahead of Rio [the 2016 Paralympics]."
Worcestershire's Claire Cashmore, 27, also won silver in the SB8 100m breaststroke event, finishing over three seconds behind Russian rival Olesya Vladykina.
"I'm happy to win silver but I was nowhere near the time I was expecting to go," said Cashmore.
"The main aim was to set a new personal best and I didn't do that so I'm really disappointed.
"I've had the best season I've ever had and I was expecting for it to be there. I know it is, but unfortunately it didn't come out tonight."