Russia earned two more gold medals at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Artistic Swimming World Series in Kazan to finish the competition with nine of the ten golds available.
The host's success today at the Aquatics Palace of Kazan came in the team highlights and the women's team free combination.
They recorded a score of 85.4667 points in the team highlights, beating Kazakhstan, who scored 80.7000.
Hungary were just behind in third, scoring 79.7333 points.
"We are happy about the gold medal," said Russian coach Elena Dolzhenko.
"We have done a good job."
Russia then dominated in the women's team free combination, achieving 92.5333 points.
Their nearest opponent was the Belarusian team, who scored 81.8000 points.
Hungary added another bronze to their collection with 79.2667 points.
Today's action concluded the World Series in Kazan.
The next event is due to start in Tokyo on Friday (April 27).