SIX meet records fell during the finals on the second day of the Singapura Finance 46th Singapore National Age-Group Championships at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on Wednesday night.
In the second men's 800m freestyle final, Bryant Low of Aquatic Performance Swim Club (APSC) broke the Under-17 men's freestyle record with a time of 8min 47.35sec, gunning down his fellow member Benedict Boon's mark of 8:50.18 set two years ago.
The same event also saw Timothy Tan of Elite Swim Club clocking 8:55.43 to lower the U-14 mark of 9:38.85 registered by Isaac Soo last year.
The women's 50m butterfly final saw Hoong En Qi of Swimfast Aquatic Club (SAC) clock 27.50, thus breaking fellow member Nur Marina Chan's U-17 meet record of 27.91. En Qi finished second, behind SAC's Quah Ting Wen (27.12).
Hannah Quek of SAC then broke the women's U-17 200m backstroke meet record with a time of 2:21.35, eclipsing Singapore Swimming Club's Chantal Liew's previous mark of 2:23.83.
Lionel Khoo and Samuel Khoo of SAC then followed up by sending more records tumbling in the men's 100m breaststroke final.
Lionel finished in 1:03.25, lowering his earlier Open record of 1:03.47 set during Wednesday morning's heats. It was the same with Samuel, who clocked 1:04.26, beating his U-17 mark of 1:05.78 also set in the morning.