World Championship gold medallist James Guy continued his perfect form in autumn World Cup events as he bagged double gold over 200m and 400m Freestyle in Dubai.
Having won the same two events at the previous leg in Doha, the 19-year old held off the same rivals at the long course event in the UAE, landing the 400m Free title in 3:46.91 and the 200m Free in 1:46.60.
Scotland’s Stephen Milne joined Guy on the 400m Freestyle podium for the second consecutive World Cup, clocking 3:48.61 to finish behind silver medallist Serbia’s Velimir Stjepanovic (3:47.75).
Having won two silver medals at the Doha leg, Jazz Carlin scooped three in Dubai, reaching the podium over 200m, 400m and 800m Freestyle.
The Welsh swimmer clocked 1:58.45 for bronze in the 200m Free before 4:07.27 and 8:30.79 efforts for bronze and silver in the 400m and 800m Free respectively.
World champion and world record holder Adam Peaty was also in action in Dubai, helping himself to a pair of silver medals.
The 20-year old clocked 27.16 to touch behind rival Cam Van Der Burgh (26.77) in the 50m Breast before the South African beat him to the touch again over the Olympic 100m distance, touching in 59.05 to Peaty’s 59.28.
Repeating his result from this year’s World Championships, Ross Murdoch joined Peaty on the 100m Breast podium, touching in 1:00.52 for bronze.
Meanwhile, Craig Benson finished ahead of both Murdoch (fourth) and Peaty (sixth) to grab a medal in the 200m Breaststroke, clocking 2:11.34 to finish behind Hungary’s Olympic champion Daniel Gyurta (2:10.43).
There were also backstroke bronze medals for British youngsters in the form of Luke Greenbank, touching in 1:58.68 over 200m Back, and Harriet Cooper, clocking a PB 1:00.95 over half the distance.