Jack Laugher bounced back to the top of the World Series in Windsor, Canada with his third 3m Springboard gold in four legs of this year’s Series.
Having won gold at the second and third legs, Laugher suffered heartache at his home leg in London, failing to qualify for the final.
But the 20-year old made light work of returning to the top of the podium, scoring 526.30 to finish ahead of China’s Asian Games silver medallist He Chao on 521.65.
Tom Daley bagged his first World Series medal from the 3m Springboard as he teamed up with 2014 British champion Alicia Blagg for bronze in the Mixed 3m Synchro.
Competing in their first competition together, the Brits scored 296.31 to finish less than a point ahead of Canada’s Francois Imbeau-Dulac and Jennifer Abel (295.62) as China (323.70) and Mexico (299.70) took the top two spots on the podium.
Blagg also competed in the individual 3m on day two in Canada, narrowly missing out on a final berth as she finished fourth in her semi final on 297.55 with Ukraine’s three-time European bronze medallist Olena Fedorova bagging the third qualification spot on 301.50 and Blagg’s City of Leeds’ teammate Rebecca Gallantree fifth on 291.60.
Laugher’s 3m Synchro partner Chris Mears was also in action, finishing fifth in his 3m semi on 390.00.