Day Two of the 2015 ASA National Synchronised Swimming Championships belonged to City of Bristol as they scooped three of the four golds on offer.
Golden girl Ilaria Brandimarte – who made the podium in all seven events in Gloucester, winning five of them - and Emma Holloway kicked off the day with victory in the Duet Tech before Bristol defended their Team Tech crown.
"Last year we missed out on the Combo so our aim this year was to go out and get the three team golds," - Emma Holloway.
Bristol also closed the Championships with the successful defence of their Free Team crown, meaning they scooped all three Team titles at the meet.
“We knew it was going to be close with Rushmoor but we really wanted to improve on our scores from previous years with that swim,” said Holloway.
“Last year we missed out on the Combo so our aim this year was to go out and get the three team golds.”
Rushmoor’s Hannah Randall and Jorja Brown were the only ones to stop Bristol winning every title on offer on day two as they combined for Free Duet gold.
The pair are England Talent teammates and were the only ones to break 70 in the Free Duet competition, scoring 71.0333 for their complex Egyptian-themed routine.
Brown, who topped the podium in this event with Randall’s older sister Emily two years ago, said: "We’ve only been training that routine for about a month and a half so we’re really pleased with how it went today.”