Spain win two golds to take total to 13 at IPC Swimming Euros‏

Spanish swimmers won back-back golds on Sunday (10 August), the last morning of the 2014 IPC Swimming European Championships, taking their total to 13 overall and fourth overall in the medals table.

In a thrilling conclusion to the women's 100m butterfly S9, 21-year-old Sarai Gascon (1:10.47) came back against Great Britain's world champion Amy Marren (1:11.09) after the turn.

Gascon, a silver medallist from London 2012, leaves Eindhoven 2014 with two gold, two bronze and one silver medal.

"I am very happy because it's more or less my best time" she said.

Stephanie Millward (1:12.17) sealed a double British podium.

Shortly after, Spain won their 13th gold of the week in the women's 400m freestyle S13 and a double podium.

Deborah Font (4:46.12) dominated throughout to win her first gold but silver medallist Marta Gomez (4:53.47) came back from fourth after the first turn.

"I am happy but the time is no good," Font said. "But it's 50/50 - a gold medal. I am very happy, I swam as fast as I could."

Gomez later overtook Russian Anna Krivshina (5:07.09) to push her into the bronze medal position.

Sweden's Jennie Ekstrom (1:11.47) is the new women's 50m breaststroke SB2 European champion after winning her very first medal of the week in world record time.

"It feels very good," Ekstrom said You never know what happens in a race. I didn't expect to win a gold medal. I love the [Pieter van den Hoogenband] Swim Stadion. I will be there for the party tonight!"

Russian Iuliia Shishova (1:16.32), 17, and Denmark's Cecilie Kristiansen (1:28.07) completed the podium.

Arnost Petracek (48.65) sealed the Czech Republic's first gold in the men's 50m backstroke S4. Russia's Aleksei Lyzhikin (50.33) won silver with Nelson Lopes (53.34) winning Portugal's second medal of the competition in bronze.

Petracek said "It was great. It was beautiful."

Great Britain's Eleanor Simmonds (1:41.26) took her third gold of the week in the women's 100m breaststroke SB6.

"Really pleased to have my third gold medal and also a personal best so very happy to be ending on such a high," Simmonds said. "I am going to go and cheer on my team who are doing incredible. I am looking forward to relaxing and probably losing my voice!"

Going out characteristically strong, Simmonds eased to victory in front of Ukrainian Nina Kozlova (1:53.12). Italian Arianna Talamona (1:54.83) picked up bronze.

Rounding off a successful morning for Russia, Irina Kolmorogova (1:05.71) and Natalia Gavrilyuk (1:07.03) picked up gold and silver respectively as Ukrainian Mariia Lafina (1:08.35) won bronze in the women's 50m breaststroke SB3.