World Aquatics Championships 2015: GB winners and medal table

Peaty powers to historic second gold

Adam Peaty led the way with three gold medals as Great Britain finished the championships with a record haul of medals.

He won two individual golds and a further gold in the mixed relay to help the British team improve on the two medals - a silver and a bronze - they won when the championships were last held in 2013.

Tom Daley won gold and bronze in the diving event in the first week of the championships.

British medallists in Kazan
Great BritainGold4x100m mixed medley relaySwimming
Adam PeatyGoldMen's 50m breaststroke Swimming
Tom Daley and Rebecca GallantreeGoldTeam eventDiving
Adam PeatyGoldMen's 100m breaststrokeSwimming
James GuyGoldMen's 200m freestyleSwimming
Gary HuntGold27m high diveDiving
James GuySilverMen's 400m freestyleSwimming
Jack Laugher and Chris MearsBronzeMen's synchronised 3m springboardDiving
Jack Laugher BronzeMen's 3m springboardDiving
Tom DaleyBronzeMen's 10m platformDiving
Siobhan-Marie O'ConnorBronzeWomen's 200m individual medleySwimming
Ross Murdoch BronzeMen's 100m breaststrokeSwimming
Jazz Carlin BronzeWomen's 800m freestyleSwimming
World Aquatics Championships - medals table
1. China15101035
2. USA 1314633
3. Russia94417
4. Australia73818
5. Great Britain71614
6. France5117
7. Italy33814
8. Hungary33410
9. Sweden3216
10. Japan3148

NB: Tables last updated 9 August, 2015 at 19:00 BST