Tom Daley returned to the top of the international podium to the delight of the home crowd on the final day of the London leg of the 2015 FINA Diving World Series.
The Commonwealth champion produced one of the best performances of his career to win the 10m final in London, scoring 554.05 to take gold by more than 35 points.
"The main aim for this year is to qualify my Olympic spot but there's still lots of things I need to improve on," - Tom Daley
The highlight of Daley’s round was his penultimate back 3 ½ somersaults piked as he racked up 102.60 for the dive to all but write his name on to the trophy.
“I'm so happy to not just have won, but I've won by quite a margin, which is really good,” said Daley.
“The main aim for this year is to qualify my Olympic spot but there's still lots of things I need to improve on. I think I've still got another 50 or 60 points in the tank.”
Last year’s champion, China’s Yang Jian, finished second on 518.75 while his teammate and reigning world champion Qiu Bo was third on 506.60.
Daley’s former training partner Tonia Couch also reached the podium in London to secure her fourth medal from the past two World Series legs.
The Plymouth diver scored 357.80 to claim 10m bronze, having already landed 10m Synchro bronze with Sarah Barrow on the opening day in London.
European champion Barrow also made the final of the individual event, finishing fifth overall on 335.00.
There was one more medal to round off the competition for GB and ensure it was Great Britain’s best performance at World Series leg with six medals as Matty Lee and Georgia Ward claimed silver in the Mixed 10m Synchro.
While Lee won medals on last season’s Series, it was a dream debut for Ward as the pair scored 331.14 to finish second of six pairs, with only China’s Lian Junjie and Si Yajie (340.29) ahead of them.