oday also saw four-time Paralympian Matt Levy claim the gold medal in the men’s 50m freestyle S7, touching the wall in 28.94.

He led an Australian one-two finish with Rohan Bright securing the silver medal in 30.71.

Brazil’s Talisson Glock rounded out the podium in 32.19.

“It was great to finish the meet off with a decent swim tonight,” Levy said.

“It’s been a great atmosphere here, it’s great to be in Cairns and it’s been great to get so many PBs (personal bests) during these last five days.”

In other results today, Australia’s Lakeisha Patterson secured the second gold medal on offer in the women’s 50m freestyle S8, shaving more than a second off her heat time to finish in 30.39.

The men’s 50m freestyle S10 final was the nail-biting event of the evening, and although Brazil’s Phelipe Rodrigues took the title, Australia’s Rowan Crothers made the race one to remember, finishing 0.07 seconds behind in 23.78.

In the men’s 100m butterfly S13, Australia’s Braedan Jason won his second gold medal of the night in 59.64, while compatriot Jacob Templeton raced just over in 1:00.56.

Jason had earlier won the 50m freestyle S13 title in 24.64.

The clear champions of the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships, Australia were unrelenting until the end, with the women’s 4x100m freestyle 34-point relay team grabbing the last gold medal of the meet.

The team consisting of Paige Leonhardt, Ellie Cole, Patterson and Tiffany Thomas Kane took the lead from the start but were pushed all the way by the US.

Kane, however, widened the small gap in her final strokes to touch the wall first.