Double world champion Yang Hao of China secured gold in the men's 10 metres platform event as the International Swimming Federation Diving World Series competition concluded in Kazan today.
Yang, who won the synchronised platform title with Chen Aisen at the 2017 World Championships, scored a total of 537.05 points at Kazan Aquatics Centre.
The Chinese diver finished more than 14 points clear of 2018 European champion Aleksandr Bondar of Russia, who took silver on 522.60.
Tom Daley of Britain did enough for bronze on 520.40.
"Gold is a good motivation to work harder," said Yang.
"I am not happy about the entries this final, so I will have some time to work on it before the major competitions of the season.
"This is my seventh medal this season in the Diving World Series, which is not a bad result."
Multiple Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jennifer Abel of Canada triumphed in the women's 3m springboard event after she posted a tally of 330.60 points.
The Chinese duo of Lin Shan and Chang Yani claimed silver and bronze, on 303.60 and 302.20, respectively.
Australia's Domonic Bedggood and Maddison Keeney topped the podium in the mixed 3m synchronised competition, sealing the last gold medal of the event with 318.12.
Chen Yiwen and Tai Xiaohu of China earned silver on 313.26 points, while Daley added another medal to his haul as he partnered Grace Reid to the bronze medal.