Iris Tió Casas won gold in the women's solo free event on the second day of the Artistic Swimming World Series ©Getty Images

Spain won two of the four solo events on the second day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Artistic Swimming World Series leg in Paris.

Two-time European Championships bronze medallist Iris Tió Casas secured the first gold for Spain in the women's solo free discipline after scoring 86.7333.

She was followed by Federica Sala of Italy and Laelys Alavez of France who scored 85.8000 and 83.9000 points respectively.

This success was followed up later in the day with Spain’s Fernando Diaz del Rio Soto securing the men's solo technical title thanks to a commanding score of 76.2795.

His nearest challenger was Javier Enrique Ruisanchez Torres Zayas of Puerto Rico with 60.8774 points.

In the men’s solo free, Colombia’s Gustavo Adolfo Sanchez scored 80.8667 to take gold while Italy’s Nicolo Ogliari was marginally behind after scoring 79.0667.

Ruisanchez Torres Zayas secured bronze thanks to a total of 65.6333.

Oriane Jaillardon of France edged to the gold medal in the women's solo technical thanks to accumulating 83.5476 points, which was just 0.1823 points in front of Canada’s Audrey Lamothe.

In third was Israel’s Polina Prikazchikova with a score of 80.4161.

In the women's team highlight category United States claimed victory with a score of 87.8333.

Second place went to Canada with 85.5333 with Chile in third on 81.4333.

In the women's team free combination Israel claimed gold with a score of 84.0667.

Russian and Belarusian athletes were banned from the competition by FINA due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

During the first leg of the series, competitors from the two countries participated as neutrals.