Lowe takes bronze
Jemma Lowe won Britain's first medal of the World Short-Course Championships by finishing third in the 200 metres butterfly in Istanbul.
The 22-year-old swam from lane one after qualifying seventh, meaning she had no idea of how the expected leaders were faring.
However, that had little bearing on the Swansea ITC swimmer who touched in two minutes 3.19 seconds.
It was also a national record for Lowe, who lowered her own 2010 mark, the Briton leading after 150m before being overtaken by Hungarian Katinka Hosszu and 2012 Olympic champion Jiao Liuyang.
Lowe said: "I'm really pleased with that. I didn't know what to expect after this morning when I was in that slow heat by myself and I just scraped into the final.
"Because I have won a medal previously at world short course I was really determined to get up there, so I just gave it my very best tonight and I can't believe how it worked out."
There was no such satisfaction for Michael Jamieson, the Olympic 200m breaststroke silver medallist.
The Glaswegian was thoroughly frustrated, despite setting a new personal best of 58.56s in the 100m breaststroke.
He said: "It's the same old story on the 100 - I just can't keep up with the bigger guys.
"It's frustrating - it's the fastest I have ever been but I am getting to the stage with the 200m that if I am ever going to improve then my 100 needs to come down."
That was in contrast to Georgia Davies, another Swansea ITC swimmer, who set a personal best of 57.41s to qualify third for the 100m backstroke final.
Lizzie Simmonds was 10th in 58.34s, although her focus is on the 200m since her move to Bath ITC.