Emily Large won gold in the 200m Butterfly at the World Junior Championships in Indianapolis and was joined on the podium by team-mate Keanna McInnes with the bronze.
Newcastle's Large (16) swam an excellent race as she led the way from the start and touched in a new personal best time of 2:07.74. Heart of Midlothian's McInnes (16) took the bronze with a new personal best time of 2:09.64.
Freya Anderson (16, Ellesmere) progressed into the final of the 100m Freestyle after finishing in second place in the overall rankings.
Elliott Clogg (17, City of Sheffield) lowered his personal best in the 200m Freestyle to a time of 1:49.02 while Newcastle's Nicholas Pyle (16) swam to 55.38 to lower his personal best in the 100m Backstroke.
The British Team consists of:
Elliot Clogg - City of Sheffield
Nathan Hughes – National Centre Loughborough
George Clough - Warrender
Brodie Williams - Millfield
Cameron Brooks-Clarke - City of Sheffield
Nikki Miller - East Kilbride
Anna Maine - Woking
Harrison Coulter - Stockport Metro
Annabel Guye-Johnson - Royal Tunbridge Wells
Alexandra Waller - Heart of Midlothian
Freya Anderson - Ellesmere College Titans
Nicholas Pyle - Newcastle Swim Team
Luke Turley - Hatfield SC
Emily Large - Newcastle Swim Team
Keanna MacInnes - Heart of Midlothian
Cassie Wild - Ellesmere College Titans
Amy Bell - City of Sheffield
Callum Smart - City of Oxford
Jacob Peters - Poole
Katie Robertson - South Ayrshire
Ciara Schlosshan - City of Leeds
Lewis Burras - Southport / Hamilton Aquatics (Dubai)