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.
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.