The glut of world records has continued at the European short-course swimming championships, with four more being set.
Marieke Guehrer landed the biggest single payday in Australian swimming history by winning the $US100,000 women's first prize in the FINA World Cup.
Ian Hanson Australia's Matt Jaukovic maintained his unbeaten record in the men's 50 metres butterfly on the opening night of the FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup.
Australian swimmer Marieke Guehrer is headed for a big money clash with Swedish star Therese Alshammar at the FINA World Cup finale in Berlin this weekend.
Two Australian world swimming records have fallen on the second day of the short-course World Cup meeting in Stockholm.
South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh set his third world short-course record in four days at the World Cup.