SALISBURY swimmers Phil Muspratt and Rob Langan were on fine form at the two-day Welsh National Masters Championships in Swansea.
Muspratt took part in six events in the 30-34 years age group, starting off with the 50m butterfly, where he claimed fourth spot.
In the final session of the first day he then won gold in the 100m freestyle with a season's best time and quickly followed up with bronze in the 50m backstroke, narrowly missing out in silver.
Day two presented another double header for the swimmer, who claimed a second gold when winning the 200m freestyle before taking silver in the 100m backstroke.
He completed the weekend with a third gold, comfortably winning the 50m freestyle by more than a second.
"I'm delighted with how I swam this weekend overall," he said. "My 100m freestyle was a season's best and my 50m free felt good too."
Meanwhile, Langan, competing in the 25-29 years age group, was involved in four events.
The backstroke specialist hit some scintillating form by claiming a trio of golds over the 200m, 100m, and 50m distances.
He also claimed eighth place in the 100m freestyle.
"I'm really happy to have claimed three golds in Wales at a national level competition," he said. "I'm still in a hard block of training and have just shaken off the worst of a chest infection, so to win like I have this weekend is a big boost to my confidence."
Muspratt is back in action next weekend at the Edinburgh Internationals Open Meet, which is expected to see a number of international swimmers in attendance as they prepare for the Rio Olympics.