Great Britain finished first in the medal table at the II Rowing World Cup in Varese, Italy.
Reigning World Champions and European Doubles Emily Craig i Imogen grant won a thrilling women’s lightweight double sculls final in a photo finish.
Double Olympic champion Helen Glover she was on the women’s crew of four that won silver on Sunday.
GB won 11 medals in total, winning six gold, three silver and two bronze medals over the weekend.
Grant said the pair felt “a lot of pressure” heading into Sunday’s final after clocking a world best time of six minutes 40.47 seconds in the semi-final.
Great Britain, USA and France were neck and neck for most of the race before the Americans took a clear lead at 1500 meters.
In the final 500 meters, Craig and Grant held off American pair Michelle Sechser and Mary Reckford, winning by 0.08 seconds at the finish line in 06:44.04.
“Today we had to take it to the last stroke. We try to push each other to places we haven’t been before in practice, to be even better in competition,” Grant said.
Glover, next door Heidi Long, Samantha Redgrave i Rebecca Shorten she finished with a time of 06:19.76, 2.21 seconds behind the four U.S. women’s winners and 2.38 seconds ahead of third-placed Australia, who were Olympic champions at Tokyo 2020.
Great Britain is the reigning world champion and European double male eight and they showed their superiority once again in Lake Varese.
They took gold in a time of 05:23.81, with Australia finishing 2.72 seconds behind them and Germany third.
GB four male they also continued their impressive form, winning Sunday’s final by 0.95 seconds ahead of second-placed Australia, with the United States third.
The four Brits led every 500m marker in the race, but Olympic champions Australia were always within striking distance.
Freddie Davidsonpart of the British quartet that won last year’s World Championships and the last two European titles, said the victory was not the cleanest but “a huge confidence boost” for the team.
In the male couple final, childhood friends Oliver Wynne-Griffith i Tomás Jordi won the gold. They led from the start, overtaking early competition from European champions Switzerland, and extended their lead as the race progressed.
The British pair, who won bronze in the men’s eight at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, rowed in a time of 6:13.15.
Parabicycle Lauren Rowles i Greg Stevenson won the gold in the PR2 mixed double scull with a world best time of eight minutes 1.59 seconds.
GB reached the gold medal in the PR3 mixed coxed four final, a test in which they are three-time Paralympic champions.
Francesca Allen, Giedre Rakauskaite, Morgan Fice-Noyes i Edward Fuller he set a world best time of 6:47.29 in a race contested by only three nations.
Elsewhere on Sunday, GB survived a photo final against Olympic champions Canada female eight final to take silver, with Australia taking gold.
It was also silver for GB in the women’s quadruple scull final, finishing with a time of 06:09.38.
The British team rowed a good race, finishing just 0.51 seconds behind two-time Olympic world champions China and 2.97 seconds behind Germany.
GB men’s quadruple scull the crew took bronze in Sunday’s final, behind first-placed Poland and second-placed host Italy.
It was GB’s second bronze after that Olivia Bates finished third in Saturday’s women’s lightweight discus final.
Rowan McKellar i Esme Booth finished fifth in the women’s doubles final.
In the PR3 mixed double scull end, Para-rowers Annabel Caddick i Samuel Murray got the fourth place.
There are three Rowing World Cup events each year leading up to the annual World Rowing Championships, which this year is held in Belgrade, Serbia in September.