Aberdeen’s Toni Shaw had a day to remember at the World Para-swimming Championships in London.
Albyn School pupil Shaw, 16, took bronze in the S9 100m freestyle.
In the process, Shaw set a new British record of 1:03.00.
She had earlier set a new Scottish mark of 1:03.24 in the heats of the event.
Shaw has already broken a world record this year in the S9 200m butterfly, after swimming 2:30.46 in Berlin, Germany, during the summer.
Toni said: “I’m really happy to win my first worlds medal.
“I was not expecting to do it in this event. And to do it here with a home crowd including my family and my coach is really special.”
Scotland’s Stephen Clegg suffered fourth-place heartache in the S12 100m backstroke.