City of Sheffield's Jack Haslam was the surprise package of the opening day at 2015 British Gas Diving Championships as he landed 1m Springboard gold for his first individual senior title.
The 19-year old, who finished fourth last year, scored 396.10 to take the title, scoring more than 75 points for his two most difficult dives.
Haslam finished his 2014 season by claiming his first FINA Grand Prix medal, teaming up with City of Leeds' Sam Thornton for 3m Synchro bronze, and it was Thornton who joined Haslam on the podium as he took silver on 371.20.
City of Leeds' defending 3m champion James Denny took the final spot on the podium on 359.35 while guest entries Oliver Dingley (Ireland) and Yona Knight-Wisdom (Jamaica) were second and third overall on 388.70 and 377.30 respectively.
Plymouth's Rhea Gayle claimed the women's 1m title, defending her crown from last year's British Champs in Sheffield.
The 21-year old scored 270.95 to finish ahead of Edinburgh's Grace Reid (259.90) and City of Leeds' 16-year old Katherine Torrance (259.55), the latter securing her first individual British medal in the process.
In the day's synchronised finals, Commonwealth silver medallists Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow had little problems reclaiming their title in the 10m Synchro, scoring 305.22 to take gold.
There were also wins for Edinburgh's Grace Reid and James Heatly (267.72) in the mixed 3m Synchro and City of Leeds' Chris Mears and Jack Laugher (410.28) in the men's 3m Synchro.