Thursday 7 July - IPC Euros Poolside Videos and News Bites
Read key results and watch poolside video interviews with the winners below. For more detail click through to the full report from day five by clicking the link below.
For a full report of the results from Day Five from the IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin, click here.
To keep track of the British team's medal count in Berlin, click here.
Second world record for Fox
Having broken the world record en route to S7 400m Freestyle gold on day one, world champion Jonathan Fox breaks his own S7 100m Backstroke world record as he romps home in 1:10.45.
Rodgers downs world champion in her own backyard
Susie Rodgers edges out world record holder Kirsten Bruhn in front of the German's home crowd to take a surprise gold in the S7 100m Backstroke in a British record 1:26.09.
Millward seals first gold in European record
Stephanie Millward breaks her own European record as she holds off a determined challenge from Croatia's Sanja Milojevic to defend her S9 400m Freestyle title in 4:42.23.
Edmunds peaks for splash and dash bronze
British record holder Graham Edmunds defends his S10 50m Freestyle title, clocking a season's best 25.61 to capture his first medal of the Championships.
Third medal for Hollis
Emma Hollis wins her third medal in as many races, setting a personal best 1:22.26 to win bronze in the S8 100m Butterfly.
- James Anderson breaks his own five-year old British record as he wins bronze in the S2 100m Freestyle in 2:20.62.
- Emma Hollis wins her third medal of the Championships, defending her S8 100m Butterfly bronze in personal best 1:22.26.
- Fran Williamson clocks a season's best 2:21.63 to win S3 100m Freestyle bronze - her second medal of the week.
- James Crisp sets a season's best 4:22.88 to clinch S9 400m Freestyle bronze, missing out on silver by 0.08 seconds.
- Hannah Russell and Emma Cattle both break 11-year old British records in the S12 400m Freestyle and S10m 50m Freestyle finals respectively.