Commonwealth champion Hannah Miley added another couple of medals to her collection on the second day of the Arena Pro Swim Series in Orlando, Florida.
After finishing fourth in the 200m Butterfly to start the session, the Scot clocked 4:12.63 for 400m Freestyle silver then added 200m Breaststroke bronze in 2:30.12 in what was a typically busy finals session.
Calum Tait and Lauren Quigley were both a place shy of the podium as they finished fourth in the 200m Breaststroke and 100m Backstroke finals respectively.
Edinburgh University's Tait was just 0.06 seconds off bronze as he touched in 2:16.28 while Stockport Metro swimmer Quigley clocked 1:01.16 for her fourth place.
The only other two A finalists of the night for the British team were City of Leeds' Amelia Clynes, who was sixth in the 200m Butterfly in 2:14.81, and Loughborough University's Charlotte Evans, who placed eighth in the 100m Backstroke in 1:04.12 after a 1:03.77 heat.
There were also four British medals in B finals on day two in Florida with Luke Greenbank (Cockermouth), Duncan Scott (University of Stirling) and Georgia Coates (City of Leeds) all landing silvers.
Coates clocked 2:33.34 for her medal in the 200m Breast, Scott touched in 2:02.67 in the 200m Fly B final while Greenbank set 56.55 for silver in the 100m Back with Plymouth Leander's Joseph Hulme taking bronze in 56.78.