DUNCAN Scott added his fifth and sixth medals of an outstanding European Games display in Baku on a final day of swimming where Team GB enjoyed a flurry of success in the pool.

Scott and Cameron Kurle managed a 200m freestyle one-two, holding off the challenge of Russia's Elisei Stepanov and Nikolay Snegirev, before battling it out themselves for top spot. In the end, that went to Scott, who finished with a time of 1:48.55, 0.37 seconds ahead of his fellow Brit and a time he was delighted with.

"I'm really proud to get a gold, I knew Cameron would be the biggest threat and I knew if we took it out fast enough we could see the Russians off," he said. "There's a big battle between the Russians and the Brits in the pool here so it was good to come out on top in that one. It was my first time under 1:49 so that's a massive barrier for me."

Charlie Attwood picked up bronze in the 100m breaststroke while Abbie Wood was the day's other individual winner with bronze in her 200m individual medley final. There was more relay success for the Brits as the women's 4x200m freestyle team took bronze and the men's 4x100m medley quartet won silver to take the tally to 23 for the competition.

The medals didn't stop there for Scott, and he claimed his sixth of the Games when he took his place in the 4x100m medley alongside Attwood, Luke Greenbank and Martyn Walton.

The foursome could not keep pace with a powerful Russian side who finished in 3:36.38, but they did manage to keep Poland at bay to touch in at 3:39.01.

Scott added: "It's been a great week, I've thoroughly enjoyed it and I have to say thanks to all the really teammates that I've been racing with. I have got two individual golds but I wouldn't have the medal count that I do if it wasn't for them.

"The 4x100, 4x200 and now this is brilliant. We didn't expect a medal."

Scot Richard Kruse helped Great Britain to team gold in the foil event at the European Games in Baku last night, ensuring the team ended with a flourish.

Kruse and Alex Tofalides, Marcus Mepstead and Benjamin Peggs beat Italy 45-41 in the final after seeing off Germany (45-26) in the quarter-final and France (45-41) in the semi-finals.

Britain finished with a total of 47 medals: 18 gold, 10 silver and 19 bronze.