Li Zheng and Wang Han combined to win the mixed synchronised three metres title as China completed a clean sweep of the gold medals at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving World Series leg in Kazan today.
The duo posted a total of 322.50 points to beat nearest challengers Jennifer Abel and Francois Imbeau-Dulac of Canada by a margin of 1.74 at the Aquatics Palace.
Great Britain's Tom Daley and Grace Reid took bronze with 299.82 points.
Today's two other titles also went the way of China as the Asian powerhouses made it a perfect 10 out of 10.
Olympic champion Shi Tingmao led a Chinese one-two in the women's three metres springboard event, scoring 381.90 points to better compatriot Wang by 18.05.
Abel rounded out the podium with a total of 347.15 points.
There was also a Chinese one-two in the men's 10m platform as Olympic champion Chen Aisen registered a total of 580.60 points to beat closest rival Yang Hao by 5.8.
Bronze went to Daley with a total of 543.80 points.
The FINA Diving World Series is due to conclude later this month, with Canadian city Windsor due to host the fourth and final leg from April 21 to 23.