PLYMOUTH Diving added two more golds medals on the final day of the Luton Challenge event.
Madeline Coquoz, who had triumphed in the one-metre women’s A final on Friday evening, also won the three-metre event on Sunday.
Swiss international Coquoz, 16, finished with 170.40 points to edge out her Plymouth Diving team-mate Kayleigh Sinclair, who took second with 167.05 points.
There was also a gold for Commonwealth Games athlete Matthew Dixon (pictured above), who took victory in the men’s platform with 195.30 points.
Dixon had won a springboard silver on Friday and also took second in the pairs’ event on Saturday with his cousin Shanice Lobb. Victoria Vincent and Alex Kostov, who had impressed in individual events on Friday, took pairs bronze.
Cody Powell-Tuckett, who had won a silver medal on Friday, finished fourth in Sunday’s girls’ B platform final on Sunday.