Trinity Cox made it another night to remember at Wagga High School's swimming carnival on Thursday, claiming another age championship and two new records.
After breaking a 37-year-old butterfly record last year, the 16 years girls champion set two more new marks.
Cox won her 50-metre backstroke race in 35.3 seconds, swiping more than one-and-a-half seconds off the record set in 2013 (36.93s).
She also broke the 16 years girls 50m butterfly record by just a hundredth of a second.
Cox's time of 33.05 seconds was marginally slower than her stunning swim last year (32.93s) but just enough to beat the 33.06s record set 16 years ago.
Cox and Ethan Ross were the winners of the Wagga High Gift, where the best swimmer in each age group race, with headstarts granted according to times.
Like Cox, Thomas Prescott kept his name up in lights, winning his age championship for at least the third year running, taking out the 16 years boys title.
Angela Hall, Bridie Sheridan and Zachary Blencowe all won age divisions for the second year in a row.
MacArthur continued its recent dominance of the house championship.
12yrs: Mia-May Crawford and Hunter Whyte
13yrs: Lucy Hall and Lachlan Cox
14yrs: Angela Hall and Rory Middleton
15yrs: Indiannah Johnson and Ethan Blanch
16yrs: Trinity Cox and Thomas Prescott
Seniors: Bridie Sheridan and Zachary Blencowe
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