World 10 metres champions Chen Yuxi and Quan Hongchan were dominant in Montreal ©Getty Images

China won all nine gold medals on offer at the World Aquatics Diving World Cup in Montreal for their second successive clean sweep of the season so far.

In the men’s 10 metres China’s Yang Hao scored perfect tens from all seven judges on two of his six dives, with his total score of 580.25 including 19 tens overall.   

Silver went to 16-year-old Rikuto Tamai of Japan with a total of 513.45 and there was joy for the home crowd as Canada’s Nathan Zsombor-Murray took bronze with 507.80.

In the women's 10m gold went to China’s Olympic champion Quan Hongchan with 458.20. 

Her compatriot Chen Yuxi took silver with 438.90.

Bronze went to Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix of Britain with 357.80.

In the women's 3m springboard, world champion Chen Yiwen of China scored 404.70 for a convincing gold. 

Silver went to Canadian Pamela Ware with 365.40, one of three medals for her in her first major competition since the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, when she missed a crucial dive.

Sarah Bacon of the United States took bronze with 357.85.

"I know there were a lot of people who doubted me because of what happened in Tokyo, but I think I showed this weekend that I have returned, and I’m here to stay," Ware told The Chronicle Journal.

Pamela Ware of Canada won three medals in her first big competition since the Tokyo 2020 Olympics ©Getty Images
Pamela Ware of Canada won three medals in her first big competition since the Tokyo 2020 Olympics ©Getty Images

In the men's 3m springboard, it was Olympic gold medallist Wang Zongyuan who won with 556.75. 

Australia’s Li Shixin took silver with 465.25.

Bronze went to Germany's Moritz Wesemann with 461.45.

China did have to come from behind to win the team event with 489.25. 

Yuxi Chen’s final dive received the perfect ten from three judges to give them gold.

Host nation Canada fought hard for the silver with 454.90.

Bronze went to Australia with 451.45.

China had set the tone on the first day of competition, when world champions Lian Junjie and Yang Hao led after every round of the men’s 10 metres synchro competition.

They clinched gold with their most difficult dive for a score of 456.72.

"The score was very high, but we still did some small mistakes and we want to improve," Yang said.

Ukraine’s teenage pairing Kirill Boliukh and Oleksii Sereda moved up one place from the last World Cup to win silver scoring 412.74.

Britain’s Olympic gold medallist Matty Lee took bronze with Noah Williams after a score of 403.98.

In the women’s three metres synchro, China’s Chang Yani and Chan Yiwen increased their advantage over the opposition with every successive dive.

They eventually won with a score of 329.43 after pulling out their most impressive dive in the last round.

"We don’t overthink about the results," Chan said.

"We just focus on each dive and the competition itself."

Silver went to Sarah Bacon and Kassidy Cook of the United States with a score of 315.09.

A total score of 302.61 gave Mia Vallee and Ware bronze for Canada.

Nowhere was the Chinese dominance demonstrated to greater effect than by world champions, Chen Yuxi and Quan Hongchan who earned 17 "tens" for a score of 378.60 points and give them a clean sweep of World Cup gold in the 10m synchro this year.

"We trained to work on the small details, we still have small errors to work on," Chen admitted.

Britain’s Spendolini Sirieix and Lois Toulson claimed silver scoring  316.68.

Yang Hao was among the Chinese winners at the Diving World Cup in Montreal as he took the men's 10 metres title ©Getty Images
Yang Hao was among the Chinese winners at the Diving World Cup in Montreal as he took the men's 10 metres title ©Getty Images

Bronze went to the German sisters Christina and Elena Wassen after a score of 302.58.

Long Daoyi and Wang Zongyuan produced the highest scores in every round of the men’s three metres synchro for a total score of 492.18.

They were followed home by Anthony Harding and Jack Laugher of Britain who totalled 443.10 for silver.

"This is probably the first time that we followed China directly and our first three dives were the exact same," Laugher said.

"When they dive to the level they can do, and did do today, it was obviously quite daunting."

Bronze went to Japan’s Yuto Araki and Haruki Suyama with 410.07.

China's dominant performance had followed a similar display at the first World Aquatics Diving World Cup of the year in Xi'an.

The World Aquatics World Championships are due to run from July 14 to 30 in Fukuoka.

The Diving Super Final is scheduled for Berlin from August 4 to 6.