Slovakia finally beat Uzbekistan to team success on the final day of the International Swimming Federation Artistic Swimming World Series season finale in Tashkent.
After three near misses, the Slovaks tasted victory in the team free event at the Sahovat Swimming Center in the Uzbek capital.
They triumphed with a score of 75.8000 to narrowly defeat the home team's total of 75.4667.
No other teams were participating.
Mexico won both other gold medals available on the final day.
Nuria Lindón Diosdado García first won the solo free event with a score of 84.0667 to beat Germany's Michelle Zimmer, second with 78.900, and Uzbekistan's Khonzodakhon Toshkhudjaeva, third with 76.2667.
Nuria Lindón then teamed up with Achach Ramirez Karen Faride to win the women's duet competition with 85.0000.
Daniela Reinhardt and Mariene Bojer clinched a German silver with 78.9333.
Kazakhstan's Jennifer Russanova and Yana Degtyareva took bronze with 76.7000.
It means that Mexico and Uzbekistan each ended the event with four gold medals, but the hosts also earned two silver and two bronze.
Ukraine were not present in Tashkent but end the 10-event series on top of the pile with 19 golds, 13 silver and two bronze.
Japan and Mexico each managed 11 golds while Italy, China and Russia all managed 10, Spain nine and France eight.