Duncan Scott picked up his third medal at the World Aquatic Championships as Great Britain enjoyed fresh success in the pool.
The Scot was part of the mixed 4x100m freestyle relay team that secured bronze in Fukuoka, the first time that Great Britain has won a podium place in the event.
Scott, Matt Richards, Anna Hopkin and Freya Anderson set a new European record time of 3:21.68, finishing behind United States and Australia, who set a world record of 3:18.83.
Richards, who set a British record in his individual event earlier in the week, led the group out and handed over to Scott with the team in second place.
Scott then put in the second-fastest split of the entire field to put GB in the lead at the halfway stage of the race.
Hopkin went into the water with just under a half body-length lead on USA and Australia but reached the wall in third and passed to Anderson.
The fast pace was maintained without any change in the positions and Great Britain took third along with their new British and European record time.
The podium place was the latest high point for Scott in what has been an enjoyable games for the Olympic gold medallist.
In addition to his 4x100m freestyle relay bronze, Scott has won a silver in the 200m medley and was part of the 4x200m freestyle relay team that won gold on Friday.