SUSSEX Inlet's Jasmine Greenwood has continued her strong preparations for the upcoming 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in London, by claiming three podium finishes at the recent Hancock Prospecting Swimming Para Grand Prix at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre.
The Bay and Basin Amateur Swim Club multi-class athlete touched the wall first in the 100m breaststroke, while also finishing second in both the women's 50m and 100m freestyle events.
The S10 athlete's gold medal came in a red-hot time of 1.03:84, which was enough to beat out Lawnton's Lakeisha Patterson (S9) and Fraser Coast's Keira Stephens (S10) for line honours.
In the splash and dash 50m freestyle, Greenwood clocked a time of 29.11 seconds, to finish behind Chandler's Rachael Watson (S4).
The 14-year-old Shoalhaven High School student also claimed silver in the 100m freestyle, in a time of 1.05:20, be edged out by Patterson.
Greenwood will next head to Cairns in July for a camp with the rest of the Australian Dolphins team before competing at the Metropolitan Championships in Sydney later that month.
These two will act as perfect preparation for September's world championships in London.