Ying Wei led a Chinese one-two in the women’s 3 metres springboard final at the International Swimming Federation Diving Grand Prix in Rostock.
Ying produced a strong series of dives at the Neptun-Schwimmhalle top finish on top of the podium.
She finished with a total of 317.20 points and enjoyed a comfortable cushion over team-mate Xiaohui Huang.
Huang ended as the silver medallist in 309.75 points, with Russia’s Uliana Kliueva rounding off the podium places with a score of 300.30.
There was also Chinese success in the men’s 10m synchronised platform competition.
Peng Zhang and Wenao Zhang dominated the event, the pairing ending with a tally of 385.14 points.
Germany’s Tom Waldsteiner and Karl Schöne were their closest challengers, the local divers finishing second on 350.10 points.
The bronze medal was claimed by Romania’s Constantin Popovici and Catalin Cozma, who scored 337.20 points.
Quick impression from the victory of the men's 10m event. Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/J00jq3HkBj— Diving Rostock (@gprostock) February 16, 2019
The hosts celebrated victory in the mixed 10m platform competition.
Christina Wassen and Florian Fandler combined well to score 306.54 points to win the three-team competition.
Russia’s Ekaterina Beliaeva and Victor Minibaev were second on 294.60 points.
Romania’s Antonia Pavel and Aurelian Dragomir finished third in 240.24 points.
Competition is due to conclude tomorrow.