Host country Mexico won the most gold medals at the last stop of the Para Swimming World Series last weekend in Tijuana.
Raman Salei won his 3rd gold medal for Azerbaijan, bringing their medal count to 4 golds total. Meanwhile, Jessica Long is now a 29-time Paralympic medalist.
USA’s Jessica Long became a 27-time Paralympic medalist while CAN’s Aurelie Rivard, BRA’s Maria Gomes Santiago, and CHN’s Zheng Tao picked up more golds.
After picking up golds in the S14 100 free and mixed 4×100 free relay, Brit Reece Dunn took down the 200 IM World record en route his third title in Tokyo.
American Robert Griswold upgraded his 2016 bronze to 2020 gold in the S8 men’s 100 back here in Tokyo en route a new class World record.
Aspden followed up her S9 100 back win on Tuesday with 400 free gold on Wednesday; both swims led the US’ podium sweep in the event.
Day 1 of Para Worlds kicked off on Saturday.
Five different events saw six world records fall on the second day of the 2015 IPC World Championships, and Russia and the Ukraine led all nations with five gold medals apiece.