Greek swimmer Andreas Vazaios, 25, won a second gold medal on Sunday evening at the 25th European Swimmin Pool Championship in Glasgow, Scotland.

He broke a second national record in the 200m butterfly which he swam with a time of 1:50:23.

This success comes following his gold-winning performance in the 200-metre Independent Medley on Friday, which he swam with a finish time of 1:50:85, breaking the European record of 1:51:36 that had been held by Hungarian Olympic champion Laszlo Cseh since 2015.

The young swimmer was definitely on a roll as he had won a bronze medal in the 100m Individual Medley category just a few moments earlier.

READ MORE: Swimmer Andreas Vazaios stuns all by breaking European record in 200m, coming in third fastest in the world

Vazaios had first drawn attention during the 2016 Olympics when he competed in the men’s 200m individual medley event. He finished 9th in the heats with a time of 1:59:33. He qualified for the semifinals where he placed 11th with a time of 1:59:54 and did not qualify for the final.