The British team signed off from the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series in Orlando, Florida with a further four individual medals from A finals and a pair of relay medals to boot.
Double Commonwealth champion Hannah Miley continued to lead the way as she claimed bronze over both 800m Freestyle in 8:40.83 and 200m Individual Medley in 2:13.55.
City of Leeds’ 15-year old Georgia Coates was sixth in the same final, clocking a 2:18.05 effort after her 2:17.69 prelim, while Derventio’s Abbie Wood – also 15 – claimed silver in the B final in 2:17.99.
The other two individual medals from A finals came from a pair of 17-year olds in the men’s and women’s 200m Backstroke respectively.
Cockermouth’s Luke Greenbank touched in 2:00.89 to seal third in the men’s final while Loughborough University’s Charlotte Evans put in the fourth fastest swim of her career to claim her medal in 2:14.25.
Plymouth Leander’s Joe Hulme also tasted success over four lengths of backstroke, winning the B final in 2:02.61 while City of Cardiff’s Chloe Tutton touched first in the B final of the 100m Freestyle in a personal best 56.61.
The two other British individual finalists were Stockport Metro’s Lauren Quigley, who clocked 55.83 for fourth over 100m Freestyle, and the University of Stirling’s Duncan Scott, who was fifth in the 200m IM in 2:04.14.
The final session finished with two 4x100m Medley Relay golds for the Brits.
Quigley (1:01.24), Wood (1:11.89), Amelia Clynes (1:01.84) and Tutton (56.18) comfortably took the women's title in 4:11.15 while Greenbank (57.93), Calum Tait (1:02.51), Craig Bowman (54.66) and Scott (51.35) claimed the men's crown in 3:46.45.