Britain and Australia won gold medals as the International Swimming Federation (FINA) High Diving World Cup concluded in Abu Dhabi.
The final two dives for each competitor were held in both the men's and women's events after the opening two attempts in the United Arab Emirates city yesterday.
Britain's Gary Hunt, who was second overnight, won the men's event as he finished on a tally of 431.55 points.
Romania's Constantin Popovici scored 424.65 points for silver with Oleksiy Prygorov of Ukraine gaining bronze on 392.30.
Mexico's overnight leader Jonathan Paredes did not feature in the final medal shake-up, as the United States' 2017 world champion Steve LoBue ended sixth.
In the women's event, Rhiannan Iffland of Australia won gold with 322.95 points after leading following day one.
Canada's Lysanne Richard clinched silver on 285.75 to also maintain her overnight position as Ellie Smart of the US won bronze on 277.70.
The event in Abu Dhabi was being held alongside the conclusion of the Marathon Swim World Series.