Six years on from London 2012's infamous Super Saturday, Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty turned back the clock to break his own 100m breaststroke world record in Glasgow.
The Rio 2016 Olympic champion smashed his personal best time by 0.13 seconds to set a new world record of 57.00s and clinch a ninth European Championship gold medal.
Teammate and two-time Commonwealth Games champion James Wilby made it double delight for Great Britain in the pool by taking silver 1.54s behind the five-time world champion
Track cyclist Ethan Hayter brought down the roof by racing to his first European Championship gold medal with an incredible comeback ride in the Omnium.
Great Britain now sit third in the medal table at the inaugural mixed-event European Championships.
Teenage Hayter wins cycling gold