Lois Toulson and James Heatly landed podium places on the first day of the diving at the 2015 European Games in Baku.
Heatly was first up in the 1m Springboard event, securing bronze and Team GB's first aquatics medal with a score of 483.40 points. One metre National Junior Champion Jordan Houlden also made the final, to finish ninth.
"I got a good score to make the final and I was hoping for a medal but I didn’t think it would be gold." - Lois Toulson
Heatly said "I'm really happy, I'm quite surprised because my second dive wasn't so good and I dropped that so just the fact that I could pick myself back up is something I'm very happy with."
"I wasn't expecting a medal, I knew my PB would be top five so I knew it was a possibility but I didn't really think I could do it."
Britain's second medal of the day came from 15-year old Lois Toulson, claiming 10m gold with the best dive of the competition.
Toulson knew she had to produce a high-scoring final dive to make sure she beat Russian Anna Chuinyshena. "It’s actually one of my favourite dives," said Toulson. "I just tried to do it how I do in training and I’m pleased how it worked out."
“I don’t like to concentrate on other people and what they’re doing so I just focus on myself and try not to get distracted. I got a good score to make the final and I was hoping for a medal but I didn’t think it would be gold.”
Shanice Lobb was unlucky to just miss out on the podium with a fourth place finish.