Kent swimmer Nicholas Boylan has had another outstanding week at the INAS-FID Open European swimming championships in Poland.
The talented Ashford swimmer returned with two golds and three silvers and added four silvers in the Open championships, which included countries from outside Europe.
He defended his European 200m backstroke title won two years ago and was delighted to again lead the Great Britain disabled squad as their team captain.
The other gold came in the 4x50m medley relay.
All three championship silvers came from personal best swims beating his 200m breaststroke mark by six seconds and the 1500m freestyle by a massive 35 seconds.
There was also a best in the 100m breaststroke.
His four Open silver medals came in the 200m breaststroke and backstroke events, 100m backstroke and 1500m freestyle.