The International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix in Rostock in Germany came to a close with three winners from three different nations taking home the final medals.
In the first final of the day, the United States pair Kassidy Cook and Sarah Bacon won in the women's three metre synchro with a score of 287.01 after a close contest with Ukraine's Victoriya Kesar and Anna Pysmenska.
The Ukrainians finished less than three points behind, but it was even closer for the bronze medal.
Just 0.3 points separated eventual bronze medallists Scarlett Mew Jensen and Maria Papworth of Britain and Russian pair, Vitaliia Koroleva and Uliana Kliueva.
With a silver medal in the women's synchro, Kesar would add a gold in the mixed springboard synchro final with her partner Stanislav Oliferchyk, finishing comfortably in front with 305.61 points.
Swiss pair Jonathan Suckow and Michelle Heimberg managed to hold off Frithjof Seidel and Jana Lisa Rother for the silver with the Germans taking bronze.
Finally, in the men's platform, Russia's Ruslan Ternovoi added another medal this weekend winning the gold in a good contest with Canada's Ethan Pitman, who had to settle for silver.
Britain's Matthew Dixon managed to hold his own to take bronze ahead of Canada's Tyler Henschel.