Joe Hulme and Harriet Cooper both won gold on the final day to bring the British Junior swimming team’s Ontario Junior International campaign to a successful close.
Hulme claimed a pair of medals on the final day in Toronto, helping himself to 200m Individual Medley silver in a PB 2:00.53 before climbing to the top spot for the 200m Backstroke, taking his PB down to 1:57.54 in the process.
City of Derby swimmer Cooper has been one of the stars of the meet and won her third gold in as many days with victory in the 100m Freestyle.
Having already won the 50m and 200m Free, Cooper clocked a PB 53.67 in the final of the 100m Free to become the fifth fastest British female swimmer in history for that event in the short course pool.
Craig McLean will be returning with the heaviest bag from Canada as he picked up his fifth and sixth medals of the competition on the final day.
The 17-year old, who trains at the University of Stirling, set a PB 49.29 for silver in the 100m Freestyle, then clocked 1:58.07 to join Hulme on the 200m Backstroke podium with another silver.
McLean’s Scottish compatriot Kathleen Dawson rounded off a successful meet with her third national record of the weekend, winning 200m Backstroke bronze in 2:06.74.
Charlie Attwood and Taz Pugh were the other two British medallists on the final day in Canada, winning 50m Breaststroke silver and 800m Freestyle bronze with personal best efforts of 27.92 and 8:38.71 respectively.