Tom Daley and Tonia Couch brought the curtain down on a remarkable second leg of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series in Dubai as they both reached the podium in their respective 10m Platform finals.
Having seen Jack Laugher become just the second Brit to win an individual gold at World Series level in yesterday's 3m Springboard, Daley and Couch continued the run of good form with silver and bronze respectively.
Daley - who has two individual World Series gold medals to his name - qualified second from his semi final on 551.15 before raising his level for the final, taking second place on 578.25 behind China's world champion Qiu Bo (612.75).
The 20-year old topped 90 points for five of his six dives, scoring 103.60 for his forward 4 1/2 somersaults with tuck and perfect tens from all judges for 96.00 points on his inward 3 1/2 somersaults with tuck.
Couch is also no stranger to World Series success and picked up the third individual medal of her career with bronze.
The 25-year old was consistent over both semi and final, scoring 367.50 to reach the final then 367.70 to claim her prize.
Sarah Barrow finished ninth from the semi finals on 330.60.