Hosts Britain clinched gold in the men’s 10 metres synchronised platform final at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving World Series in London.
Tom Daley and Matthew Lee combined to impressive effect in the competition at London Aquatic Centre.
The duo received a total of 477.90 points from their six dives to top the standings as the series marked its return to the venue for the first time in four years.
China’s Lian Junjie and Yang Hao were forced to settle for second place as the duo managed 459.00 points.
The podium was completed by Russia’s Viktor Minibaev and Aleksandr Bondar, who ended on 448.50.
Yuan Haoyan and Chen Yuxi triumphed for China in the women’s synchronised platform final, as they earned 334.92 points.
North Korea’s Kim Mi-rae and Jo Jin-mi were second on 327.24, while Britain’s Eden Cheng and Lois Toulson placed third on 284.76.
The men’s 3m synchronised springboard title was won by Zongyuan Wang and Luxian Wu of China.
The duo achieved a score of 418.68.
Russia and Ukraine ended as the runner-up with scores of 417.12 and 405.63 respectively.
Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Smith of Australia won the women's event on 323.70 points.
China and Canada rounded off the podium on 316.77 and 306.45 points.
The final event of the Diving World Series will run until Sunday (May 19).