Tom Daley and Alicia Blagg were back on the podium again at the last leg of the FINA Diving World Series in Merida, Mexico.
The British pair have only formed a mixed 3m Synchro partnership in recent weeks, but after bronze at the last leg of the World Series in Canada, they repeated the results in Mexico.
Canada’s Jennifer Abel and Francois Imbeau-Dulac (331.53) took gold with the Brits on 314.82, less than three points behind China’s Yang Hao and Wang Han (317.10).
The Brits will hope to continue their form on to this summer’s World Championships in Kazan where the Mixed 3m Synchro will be contested for the first time.
Daley and Blagg’s medal was the only one for the British team in the opening two days in Mexico.
Chris Mears and Jack Laugher came closest to making the podium, both reaching the 3m Springboard final before finishing fourth and sixth on 454.45 and 431.85 respectively.