Annabel Guye-Johnson won the last medal for the British team at the World Junior Championships when she won bronze in the 200m Breaststroke.
Guye-Johnson (Royal Tunbridge Wells) showed a good final 50m to fight back from fourth place to take the bronze medal in a new personal best time of 2:27.42. Amy Bell (City of Sheffield) also got a new personal best finishing in 2:28.40.
World Junior Champion Emily Large (Newcastle) finished her campaign on a high setting a new personal best in the 100m Butterfly. She just missed the medals after touching in 58.62.
Brodie Williams (Millfield) set a new PB in the 200m Backstroke after touching in 1:59.68 while Elliott Clogg (City of Sheffield) equalled his. Poole's Jacob Peters lowered his standard to 1:58.40 in the 200m Butterfly.
The British Team concluded their campaign with two golds and two bronze medals.
The British Team consists of:
Elliot Clogg - City of Sheffield
Nathan Hughes – National Centre Loughborough
George Clough - Warrender
Brodie Williams - Millfield
Cameron Brooks-Clarke - City of Sheffield
Nikki Miller - East Kilbride
Anna Maine - Woking
Harrison Coulter - Stockport Metro
Annabel Guye-Johnson - Royal Tunbridge Wells
Alexandra Waller - Heart of Midlothian
Freya Anderson - Ellesmere College Titans
Nicholas Pyle - Newcastle Swim Team
Luke Turley - Hatfield SC
Emily Large - Newcastle Swim Team
Keanna MacInnes - Heart of Midlothian
Cassie Wild - Ellesmere College Titans
Amy Bell - City of Sheffield
Callum Smart - City of Oxford
Jacob Peters - Poole
Katie Robertson - South Ayrshire
Ciara Schlosshan - City of LeedsLewis Burras - Southport / Hamilton Aquatics (Dubai)