Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow defend their 10m synchro diving crown by scoring 327.66 points to take gold.
European champions Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow have won gold in the women's 10m synchronised final at the British Diving Championships in Plymouth.
The duo kicked off their campaign by taking the lead in their required dives by scoring 103.20 points, while Rebecca Gallantree and Jenny Cowen moved into second place on 100.20.
Georgia Ward and Shanice Lobb had a less positive start by scoring just 92.40 on their requireds, while the pair moved up to 147.30 on their first optional dive.
Couch and Barrow scored well for their inward 3.5 somersaults by securing 73.92 and increased their overall score to 251.82 after their forward 3.5 somersaults.
By the fourth dives, Couch and Barrow secured their gold medal with a British record of 327.66 points, while Gallantree and Cowen took silver with 304.14, and the partnership of Ward and Lobb claimed bronze with an overall score of 272.28.