Jack Haslam won a springboard hat-trick as some of GB’s top young divers descended on the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh for the Scottish National & Open Diving Championships.
The City of Sheffield diver, who won the British 1m Springboard title this year, opened his account with a consistent performance to win the 1m event in Edinburgh, scoring over 60 for all six dives to finish on 391.20.
Haslam was less steady in the 3m event, but hit high notes with scores of 76.50 for his forward 2 ½ somersaults, 2 twists piked and 80.50 for his reverse 1 ½ somersaults, 3 ½ twists in free.
The 20-year old eventually finished on 411.40 to take the title ahead of younger brother Ross Haslam (389.55) while Freddie Woodward ensured a City of Sheffield clean sweep of the podium with 369.80 for bronze.
Commonwealth synchro bronze medallist Woodward then teamed up with Jack Haslam as the pair eased to the 3m Synchro title with 352.62.
James Denny interrupted Sheffield’s dominance in the men’s events to win 10m Platform gold.
The 22-year old, who won 10m Synchro gold with Tom Daley in the same pool last year, was nearly 70 points clear of the field as he won on 391.00 with home diver James Heatly second on 322.45 and City of Sheffield’s Owen Harrison third on 313.50
City of Leeds and City of Sheffield were the two clubs to beat in the women’s events as well, with Leeds securing a clean sweep of the women’s 3m medals.
It was a pair of 17-year old’s in the top two spots with Lydia Rosenthall scoring a smart 270.15 to take the top spot ahead of European Games champion Katherine Torrance on 244.05.
And 14-year old Phoebe Banks joined them on the podium, scoring 238.60 to hold of Sheffield’s Fern Hitchen (237.65) by less than a point for bronze.
Rosenthall and Torrance were back in the medals for the 1m event, finishing second and third on 251.30 and 243.90 respectively as Sheffield’s Clare Cryan took gold on 257.25.
It was another teenager on top in the individual Platform event as 16-year old Ruby Bower won gold.
The City of Leeds youngster finished on 279.90 with Southampton’s Gemma McArthur (265.80) and Georgia Davenport (236.80) joining her on the podium.
Finally, City of Sheffield’s British champions Millie Haffety and Millie Fowler claimed the 3m Synchro title with 230.94.