Emma García and Pau Ribes proved to be a superior duo as they won two duet events on the final day of the Paris leg ©Getty Images

Spain secured a hattrick of gold medals on the final day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Artistic Swimming World Series leg in Paris to finish top of the medal table.

Emma García and Pau Ribes opened Spain’s charge for first place by winning the mixed duet technical with a tally of 84.3804.

The United States’ Ivy Davis, Kenneth Gaudet and Claudia Coletti scored 79.0104 to finish second and Colombia achieved their second medal of the competition through Jennifer Cerquera Hatiusca and Gustavo Adolfo Sanchez totalling 77.7850 to take bronze.

García and Ribes followed up their golden performance with another in the mixed duet free.

They accumulated 85.5667 to edge Davis, Gaudet and Coletti again, who finished 2.5334 points behind.

Italian pairing Nicolo Ogliari and Federica Sala came third in the discipline thanks to a score of 82.3667.

Spain’s third title of the day was achieved in the team free event where they tallied 90.7000.

Canada took silver with 85.7667 and Israel won bronze for a total of 84.4667.

The US managed to win the only other gold medal on offer in the team technical discipline after they scored 86.0680.

In second were Canada on 84.7341 while Israel finished third on 82.5568.

The events of the final day meant Spain topped the standings with five gold medals while the US followed with three golds and two silvers.

France completed the top three after winning two golds and two bronzes.

Israel’s one gold and silver medals, in addition to their four bronzes, was enough to finish in front of Colombia who won a gold and bronze.

Canada ended the competition in sixth on four silvers.

Italy’s two silvers and a bronze put them seventh as Puerto Rico’s one silver and one bronze left them eighth.

Greece’s single silver medal meant they finished ninth and Chile were tenth after securing a bronze.

Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, athletes from Russia and Belarus were banned from competing in the leg in Paris.

Competitors from the two countries, who participated as neutrals, performed strongly during the first leg of the series, held virtually and filmed prior to the war in Ukraine.