Japan secured the most gold medals at the Artistic Swimming World Cup with three ©World Aquatics

Japan topped the medal table at the 2023 World Aquatics Artistic Swimming World Cup in Markham, Canada, as they claimed three golds, two silvers and one bronze.

In second was Spain, who finished with two golds and three silvers, while Ukraine took third with two golds and two silvers.

In the women's solo technical, Marta Fiedina of Ukraine topped the standings, scoring 245.2917 points.

She was followed by Japan's Inui, who was 2.5 points behind, claiming second.

In third was Audrey Lamothe of Canada, who was 49 points behind the leader.

In the women's solo free, Inui claimed victory with a score of 319.8291, with Spaniard Lilou Lluis Valette taking second as she was 80 points behind.

Lamothe took another bronze, as she was 95 points behind Inui.

Israeli duo Ariel Nassee and Shelly Bobritsky took victory in the women's duet technical, with a score of 233.4292.

Behind them by just 1.7749 were Ukrainian twins Maryna and Vladyslava Aleksiiva, while in third was the Japanese duo of Moe Higa and Mashiro Yasunaga, who were 29.3 points behind.

Italian pair Linda Cerruti and Lucrezia Ruggerio were first in the women's duet free with a score of 321.2667.

In second was the Aleksiiva twins, 29.5751 points behind, while third was Nassee and Bobritsky, who were 39.7624 behind.

In the men's solo technical, Dennis Gonzalez Boneu of Spain claimed gold with a score of 192.1417.

In the runner-up position was Eduard Kim of Kazakhstan, who was 37.5292 behind Boneu, with Renaud Barral of Belgium in third with 62 points behind the leader.

Italy's Giorgio Minisini took first in the men's solo free, securing a total of 296.1209 points.

This contest was not tight, as second place Fernando Diaz Del Rio Soto was 127 points behind, with third-placed Kim 146 points behind.

The mixed duet technical saw Chinese duo Wentao Cheng and Haoyu Shi take gold with 236.2292 points.

In second was the Spanish partnership of Judith Calvo Requena and Boneu, who were 42 points behind, followed by Kazakhstan duo Nargiza Bolatova and Kim, who were 59 points behind.

In the mixed duet free, Boneu and Maria Bofill Strub helped Spain to gold with 227.7876 points.

The Canadian pair of Isabelle Blanchet-Rampling and Rene Robert Prevost were 21.6668 points behind for second, with Belgians Barral and Lisa Ingenito in third 55 points adrift.

In the acrobatic, Ukraine won the gold as they accumulated a total of 244.4958 points.

Japan were in second, securing 223.6875 points, while the United States finished third with 204.9959.

Japan won the mixed team technical, as they managed to secure a score of 281.8896.

In second was the United States, with 276.5374, while Israel claimed a score of 251.7667 for third.

Japan were the winners of the mixed team free, which they collected 353.4208 points for and was the ensuring factor in placing them top of the overall medal standings.