Four medals for British divers at the Fina World Championships in Kazan, Russia sees them finish second on the medals table in their most successful worlds in history.
The British team have secured one quota place in all four individual events and one in the men's 3m Synchro for next year's Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Tom Daley bagged 10m Platform bronze coming back with four awesome dives, having been ninth place after missing his new twister dive in round two.
"I've learned to persevere, stick at it and keep going" - Tom Daley
To reach the podium in this event for the first time since 2009, Daley got his highest score of the final with 102.60 for his back 3 ½ somersaults piked.
"I'm really happy with that bronze because I did make it as hard as possible for myself with that second dive," said Daley. "I've learned to persevere, stick at it and keep going because you never know what can happen in competitions.
"It came down to the last dive when we [Daley and Mexico’s Ivan Garcia] were on the same score but I quite like that competition pressure - I find it fun."
Jack Laugher became the first British diver to win multiple medals at a world champs claiming 3m Springboard bronze to add to 3m Synchro bronze earlier in the competition.
"Hopefully it's going to snowball and make me a better diver and a better competitor” - Jack Laugher
He is also the first British diver to reach the podium in an individual springboard event at a World Champs and with his confidence at an all time high, said, "I'm really happy to get a world bronze and the second medal of this trip.
"I've learned a lot from this and moving on to Rio, hopefully I can put those experiences and lessons into plan. Hopefully it's going to snowball and make me a better diver and a better competitor.”
Rebecca Gallantree’s fourth world champs has been her most successful with Mixed Team gold with Daley and 10th place in the 3m Springboard final to secure an Olympic spot for GB.
“I was very close to retiring after London but I’ve been getting better and better since then and achieved some things I never thought I would, which is brilliant.”
Tonia Couch equalled her best Worlds individual result with an eighth place in the 10m Platform to finish top European.