Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow scored their highest total of the season to win 10m Synchro silver at the penultimate leg of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series in Windsor, Canada.
The British pair – both based at Plymouth – had won bronze at the previous two legs in Kazan and London respectively but outscored those efforts with 325.92 in Canada.
The Commonwealth silver medallists topped 70 for all three of their optional dives, including 78.72 for their last dive, a back 2 ½ somersaults 1 ½ twists piked.
Couch and Barrow ultimately finished less than two points off China’s gold medallists Si Yajie and Lian Jie (327.90) while Canada’s Commonwealth champions Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion took bronze on 317.28.
Chris Mears and Jack Laugher missed out on a podium finish by just 0.18 points as they placed fourth in the 3m Synchro on 409.65 while Alicia Blagg and Rebecca Gallantree were only five points shy of bronze as they finished fifth in the 3m Synchro on 283.29.