THEY certainly made a splash - all be it a completely coordinated one.
Hundreds of spectators watched mesmerising moves and perfect precision at the synchronised swimming European championships in Sheffield - the first time the sport has been contested in the city for more than 10 years.
The best in the world competed for glory over three days in the Olympic-sized city centre pool.
Great Britain team member Lauren Smith, who helped her girls claimed bronze in the team free combination, said: “The crowd has been phenomenal and we have loved having so many people here.
“It has been so good competing here in Sheffield. The organisers have done a fantastic job.”
Team GB came third with a dolls-inspired routine, winning their first European synchro medal since the 1990s.
Ukraine performed the best four-minute routine in the view of the judges, with Italy second thanks to a routine inspired by the Da Vinci Code. Britain finished fifth in the pairs competition, with Russia first followed by Spain and Ukraine.
The European Champions Cup competition is a precursor to the World Championships in Shanghai in July.