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Summary

  1. Men's 3m synchronised springboard final
  2. GB's Chris Mears and Jack Laugher qualified in fifth place

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

The results are in!

And the final results are in - GB have finished in fourth place.

The full standings are:

1: Russia

2: China

3: Ukraine

4: GB

5: Germany

6: USA

7: Mexico

8: South Korea

9: Canada

10: Malyasia

11: Italy

12: Australia

Laugher and Mears have completed their final dive and finished with a total of 418.20. As it stands, they're in second - but how will they fair once the other contestants have completed their last dives?

Laugher and Mears have just completed their fourth round dive with a score of 87.72 and which pushes them to the lead again.

They were tied in third after the last round but that third round dive has pushed Laugher and Mears to the top of the standings. They were awarded a score of 82.63 which gives them a running total of 184.02.

For their second round dive, Laugher and Mears are awarded 51.60 which gives them a total of 101.40 and moves them into second place.

After round one, Laugher and Mears are tied in fifth place with the teams from the USA and Australia. The team from China are currently in the lead.

Laugher and Mears have now completed their first dive and been awarded 49.80 points which puts them currently in third position.

What’s on the schedule today & are there any Brits involved?

Today we have coverage of the men’s 3m synchronised final. It features GB pair Jack Laugher and Chris Mears who qualified in fifth place.

Jack Laugher and Chris Mears in action
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What coverage will be on the BBC?

The BBC will feature live coverage of the swimming and diving events online, on the Red Button and on BBC TV. You can see the full schedule for the diving here and the swimming here.

What are the World Aquatics Championships?

The World Championships are arranged by global body FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation) and take place every two years.

This year’s event runs from 14-30 July in Budapest, Hungary. The schedule includes a variety of aquatic sports including diving, swimming, synchronised swimming, water polo, open water swimming and high diving.

At the previous event, held in Kazan, Russia, GB came fifth in the medals table with 14 medals.