Team England’s Freya Anderson was the star of the show as the European Short Course Swimming Championships concluded in Glasgow.

The 18-year-old claimed two of Great Britain’s three gold medals during the championships, while adding a silver in the 50m freestyle relay.

Anderson claimed her maiden senior international title with victory in the 100m freestyle before eclipsing Fran Halsall’s long-standing 200m freestyle British record with a winning time of one minute and 52.7 seconds.

"It's just amazing - I really didn't expect it,” said Anderson.

"Even when I touched the wall and looked around I saw the one by my name I was like 'what!?'. I'm really happy with how I managed to pace my race and come back hard on the last 50 metres."

Following an injury troubled 2018, Max Litchfield was back among the medals to win the 400m individual medley in emphatic fashion.

Litchfield finished more than two seconds ahead of silver medallist, Ilia Borodin, in a time of four minutes and 1.36 seconds.

“To get the win here, in front of a home crowd, is just awesome and so I’m really pleased and looking forward to the rest of the week now,” Litchfield told British Swimming.

“It still feels weird racing internationally in December, but it’s nice to have that competitive nature and swimming for GB always helps as do the home crowd who are always behind us.

“This has been a great pool to me over the years and it’s so nice to get the win.”

Elsewhere there was also silverware for Team England’s Siobhan Marie O’Connor as she took home a well-earned bronze medal in the 200m individual medley, while Molly Renshaw and James Guy ended the championships on a high for the British team.

Leading the majority of her 200m breaststroke final, Renshaw put on a gritty display to hold on to a silver medal in the dying metres, as Guy fought back from fourth to snake a late bronze in the 200m butterfly.