A stellar cast of the world’s best divers are taking part at the FINA Diving World Series finale this weekend. Day 2 action starts at 10am with tickets available for the morning session only.
Olympic, world and European champions from Great Britain and across the globe are set to take part in this exclusive event at the Aquatics Centre built for the London 2012 Olympics. The event in the capital is the final leg of the 2019 series which has already stopped off in China, Japan, Russia and Canada ahead of season ending finale.
It’s the first time in four years the event has taken place in London and by Sunday night the overall World Series champions will have been crowned. Tom Daley and Jack Laugher are both in contention after their recent performance in Montreal when Daley struck gold in the individual 10m platform title while Laugher scooped a silver medal in individual 3m springboard event. Meanwhile Grace Reid is another name to look out for in a GB team now established as one of the best diving nations in the world, Reid taking a silver medal in Montreal when partnering Daley in the mixed 3m synchro springboard final while Matty Lee is in great form after taking home silver when partnering Daley in the men’s 10m synchro platform final in Canada. Olympic bronze medallist Dan Goodfellow is another GB medal prospect partnering Laugher in the men’s 3m synchro springboard event.
In all there are 10 different events and finals taking place across three days. A packed house is expected at the iconic Aquatics Centre for FINA Diving World Series finale in London. Make sure you purchase your ticket asap to witness the world’s best divers in the flesh!
Today’s sessions run from 10am-12 noon and 5pm-79pm. Doors open at 9am and 4pm respectively.
Ones to watch today: Session 3 features the semi-finals of both the women’s 10m platform and men’s springboard events. In the former Robyn Birch and Lois Toulson represent GB with Ross Haslam and Jack Laugher the home divers in the latter. Session 4 features the finals of both the events and also the mixed 10m synchro final where Lois Toulson and Matty Lee make up the GB pairing.
Tickets in advance are available for the morning session via the ‘Get Tickets’ link. The evening session is sold out.
Tickets on the day for the morning session are subject to availability. A sell-out is likely for some sessions. Checking the British Swimming Twitter feed before travelling is strongly recommended.