More world records are being broken at the 2020 Paralympic Games.

Valeriia Shabalina of the Russian Paralympic Committee took home gold in the S14 women’s 100m butterfly, touching first in 1:03.59 to break her own world record that was set in 2019.

It’s the first Olympic title of Shabalina’s career despite being a five-time world champion.

Australia’s Paige Leonhardt won silver with a time of 1:05.48 and was followed closely by teammate Ruby Storm in a time of 1:06.50.

Shabalina will be back in action in the S14 women’s 200m freestyle on Thursday at 8:20 p.m. ET.