Georgia Ward collected two medals in one night as the young British diving team scooped their first honours from the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Gatineau, Canada.
The London diver, who won British 10m Platform silver in 2014, teamed up with City of Leeds’ Matty Lee for the first medal as the Brits won silver in the Mixed 10m Synchro.
Competing together for the first time, the British pair scored the highest dive of the competition with 74.88 for their final effort and won their first FINA Grand Prix medals on 309.60, just 5.82 points behind Canada’s eventual winners Meaghan Benfeito and Vincent Riendeau.
Ward was back in action later in the session, teaming up with Plymouth’s Robyn Birch to claim 10m Synchro bronze.
After a slow start, the Brits put in three consistent optional dives, scoring more than 60 for all three to pull themselves up the leaderboard and onto the podium, finishing on 283.26.
City of Leeds’ James Denny and City of Sheffield’s Freddie Woodward were the other Brits in action on day three, finishing eighth in the 3m Synchro on 344.10.