Wednesday 6 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 four by clicking the link below.
For a full report of the results from Day Four from the IPC Swimming European Championships in Berlin, click here.
To keep track of the British team's medal count in Berlin, click here.
Simmonds sets second world record
Ellie Simmonds set her second world record of the Championships, storming to SM6 200m Individual Medley in 3:08.98 with teammate Natalie Jones following her home for silver in 3:11.44.
Rob's a good 'un
European record holder Rob Welbourn defends his S10 400m Freestyle race, eventually winning in 4:11.18 after a titanic tussle with home favourite Lucas Ludwig.
Claire cashes in for silver
Claire Cashmore breaks her own British record as she pushes Paralympic champion Olesya Vladykina all the way to the wall, eventually settling for silver in 1:20.73.
High five for Watkin
18-year old Louise Watkin wins her fifth medal in four days as she storms to S9 50m Freestyle silver in a season's best 29.87 in Berlin.
Henry seals freestyle silver
Rhiannon Henry wins her second medal of the Championships, missing out on gold by just 0.14 seconds as she clocked 28.57 for S13 50m Freestyle silver.
- Andrew Mullen slices a massive 13 seconds off his personal best to clinch bronze in the SM5 200m Individual Medley in 3:33.22.
- Ben Procter breaks his own British record, finishing in 1:05.43 to bag silver in the S14 100m Backstroke.
- Natalie Massey also scoops a medal in the women's S14 100m Backstroke, setting a personal best 1:11.49 to win bronze.