World 200m Freestyle champion James Guy was the star of the British team as he claimed two golds at the FINA World Cup leg in Doha, Qatar.
The 19-year old opened his account at the long course event with 400m Freestyle gold, clocking 3:46.76 to finish nearly two seconds ahead of Serbia’s Velimir Stjepanovic (3:48.70) and British teammate Stephen Milne (3:48.74).
And Guy was back on top of the podium on day two in Doha, beating Stjepanovic again with a 1:47.06 effort over 200m Free with the Serbian second on 1:47.56 and USA’s world junior champion Maxime Rooney third on 1:48.15.
Milne also doubled up in Qatar, winning his second medal with a 15:12.13 time in the 1500m Freestyle – nearly 20 seconds shy of his Scottish record but safely quick enough to earn him bronze behind Ukraine’s Mykhailo Romanchuk (15:07.06) and France’s Damien Joly (15:07.97).
There were also two silver medals for World Championship 800m Freestyle bronze medallist Jazz Carlin as she reached the podium over both 400m and 800m Free in 4:07.42 and 8:27.25 respectively.
Liam Tancock and Luke Greenbank added medals in the 50m and 200m Backstroke events respectively.
World record holder over 50m Back, Tancock, who will be aiming to qualify for his third Olympic Games next year, clocked 25.65 for bronze, while world junior champion Greenbank achieved the same result in the 200m event in 1:58.83.
Finally, Ross Murdoch won the GB team’s ninth medal of the two day meet with a 1:00.84 effort for 100m Breaststroke bronze.
The next leg of the World Cup takes place in Dubai, UAE on Friday and Saturday.