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 Britain||Gold||4x100m mixed medley relay||Swimming|
|Adam Peaty||Gold||Men's 50m breaststroke||Swimming|
|Tom Daley and Rebecca Gallantree||Gold||Team event||Diving|
|Adam Peaty||Gold||Men's 100m breaststroke||Swimming|
|James Guy||Gold||Men's 200m freestyle||Swimming|
|Gary Hunt||Gold||27m high dive||Diving|
|James Guy||Silver||Men's 400m freestyle||Swimming|
|Jack Laugher and Chris Mears||Bronze||Men's synchronised 3m springboard||Diving|
|Jack Laugher||Bronze||Men's 3m springboard||Diving|
|Tom Daley||Bronze||Men's 10m platform||Diving|
|Siobhan-Marie O'Connor||Bronze||Women's 200m individual medley||Swimming|
|Ross Murdoch||Bronze||Men's 100m breaststroke||Swimming|
|Jazz Carlin||Bronze||Women's 800m freestyle||Swimming|
|World Aquatics Championships - medals table|
|5. Great Britain||7||1||6||14|
NB: Tables last updated 9 August, 2015 at 19:00 BST