North Korea were among the winners today as action concluded at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix in Singapore.
Kim Kwang Hui and Kim Mi Hwa combined for a winning 10 metres synchronised platform score of 311.94 at the OCBC Aquatics Centre.
South Korea's Kim Suji and Cho Eunbi had to settle for second place behind their northern neighbours with a score of 298.71.
British pair Eden Cheng and Emily Martin took bronze with 250.62.
China also claimed a 1-2 finish in the women’s 3m springboard final.
Chen Yiwen took top honours with a score of 368.35 while Wang Han managed 363.90 for second place.
An all-Chinese podium was prevented by South Korea’s Kim Suji, who managed 322.35 for third place and a second medal of the day.
China also claimed victory in the men's 10m platform final courtesy of Tai Xiaohu.
He scored 460.45 to comfortably defeat Brodie Scapens of Australia's mark of 438.20.
Kyle Kothari managed another British bronze medal by posting 413.95.
Kim Yeongnam and Woo Haram combined for South Korea men's 3m synchronised springboard success with a score of 438.18.
A pair of brothers claimed the other podium positions.
Russia's Evgenii and Viacheslav Novoselov managed 396.90 for silver.
Singapore's twins Timothy Han Kuan Lee and Mark Han Ming Lee scored 366.00 for a home bronze.