Great Britain took home their fifth gold medal of the European Short Course Swimming Championships in Otopeni as Duncan Scott surged to the men's 200m individual medley crown.
The three-time Commonwealth champion touched the wall with 1:50.98, beating silver medallist Alberto Razzetti of Italy by over two seconds, as the runner-up clocked 1:53.09.
Hopkin and Anderson now have three medals apiece to pack into their suitcases, while France's Beryl Gastaldello triumphed in a time of 51.48 to win the European title.
Luke Greenback was in action in the men's 100m backstroke final, placing fifth with a time of 50.30, just over half a second behind champion Mewen Tomac (49.72).
Edward Mildred was down in seventh in the men's 200m butterfly final, clocking 1:53.53 as Swiss star Noe Ponti won the gold, while Medi Harris (26.75) and Kathleen Dawson (26.83) placed seventh and eighth respectively in the women's 50m backstroke.