Britain have put on a strong showing in the Glasgow 2018 open water mixed team event, finishing fourth.
The team, made up of Danielle Huskisson, Toby Robinson, Jazz Carlin and Jack Burnell each took on 1.25km of Loch Lomond in the 5km race.
It was a close race for gold and silver with Germany and the Netherlands neck and neck up to the final metres, but in the end Ferry Weertman did enough to win his second gold of the Championships, just touching ahead of German Florian Wellbeck.
France picked up the bronze medal, having led at the half way point. These were the only two teams to put their two women in the first two legs.
Russia had led the first leg, with Huskisson staying part of the rear pack, but she was which pitted male swimmers against females. She handed over to Robinson in ninth position, but in a tight group of six nations.
After a strong swim Robinson handed over to Carlin in third position. During her leg there was a breakaway featuring Germany and the Netherlands which led Carlin, in her first event of this type hand over to Burnell in fourth.
Despite the leaders having a strong lead over the following pack, Burnell did enough to hold Italy into fifth place. The Brits were only four seconds off a podium finish in an event they have never medaled in.
This concludes the British team's involvement in the open water competition, which finishes tomorrow with a 25km race.