Tonia Couch landed her second individual World Series medal of the season with a world class performance at the third leg of the Series in Kazan, Russia.
After progressing third from her semi final on a relatively modest score of 331.70, the 25-year old improved to score 360.30 in the final to claim 10m Platform bronze for the second successive World Series leg.
Couch, who won 10m Synchro bronze with Sarah Barrow on the opening day in Russia, had her consistency in the final to thank for her medal, scoring more than 70 points for four of her five dives and 65.60 for the other.
European champion Barrow also entered the individual competition but finished fourth in the same semi-final as Couch and failed to progress from her mark of 317.70.
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley made the final of the men’s event before finishing fifth overall.
The 20-year old’s final was over before he’d really begun as he dropped his first effort for 68.25. He recovered to score 523.20 overall, including 106.20 for his back 2 ½ somersaults in pike.