Tom Daley won Great Britain’s fourth medal of the FINA Diving World Series in Windsor with 10m Platform bronze on the final day in Canada.
The Olympic bronze medallist suffered a below-par start to his final, scoring 73.50 for his opening armstand dive to sit in fourth.
But Daley – who celebrated his 21st birthday last Thursday – put himself into the podium with 91.80 for his second dive before scoring over 85 for his remaining four and collecting bronze on 511.50 behind China’s impressive Yang Jian (567.25) and his compatriot Lin Yue (533.65).
Tonia Couch was aiming for her fourth successive individual World Series medal, having landed bronze at the past three legs.
But the 26-year old suffered an off-day in Canada, qualifying for the final by the skin of her teeth after a dropped fifth dive left her on 311.70 – tied for third with Ukraine’s World Championship bronze medallist Yulia Prokopchuk.
And while the Brits improved her score in the final, her total of 330.20 was never enough to threaten the top three as she finished sixth overall with Malaysia’s Olympic bronze medallist Pandelela Rinong Pamg claiming bronze on 371.25.
European champion Sarah Barrow also dropped a dive in her semi final and failed to reach the final, finishing fifth in her semi on 307.40.