British swimmers signed off from the final FINA World Cup leg in Singapore with a total of 14 medals.
On the back of a golden Tokyo leg sprinter Fran Halsall struck gold once again with 50m Free, adding a further medal with silver in the 50m Back.
Over the two-day event, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor continued her World Cup success, claiming silver in both the 100m and 200m IM, as well as 100m Free bronze.
With a personal best of 1:43.74, James Guy swam to 200m Free silver, while Andrew Willis and Georgia Davies took home a silver and bronze each – 200m and 100m Breast respectively for Willis, and 100m and 50m Back for Davies. Check out Georgia in Looking Glass.
Also in medal winning form were Jazz Carlin with 400m and 800m Free bronze, Adam Barrett with 100m Free bronze and Liam Tancock claiming bronze in the 100m IM – check out Liam’s Quickfire Q&A.