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Summary

  1. Women's 10m synchronised platform final
  2. China, North Korea and Malyasia make up the top three
  3. Great Britain finish in seventh place

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The results are in

And the final results are in!

GB have finished in seventh place.

1. China

2. North Korea

3. Malaysia

4. Canada

5. Australia

6. USA

7. Great Britain

8. Russia

9.Mexico

10. Japan

The final dive for the Brits sees a score of 72.96, a big improvement on the first dive but not enough to see them reach the medal stages.

The third round sees Tonia Couch and Lois Toulson take a score of 64.32, they currently sit in seventh place probably not enough to see the Brits reach the medal places.

For the second dive Couch and Toulson improve on their first round score with a score of 68.40 giving them a total of 115.80 so far.

After round one, Great Britain's Tonia Couch and Lois Toulson sit in tenth place with a score of 47.40 points.

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

Today we have coverage of the women’s 10m synchro final. GB’s Tonia Couch and Lois Toulson are taking part after qualifying earlier.

GB’s Tonia Couch
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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 Red Button and on TV. You can see the full schedule here for the diving here and the swimming here.

What are the World Championships?

The World Championships are arranged by global body FINA (Fédération 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 fifthin the medals table with 14 medals.

Russian divers
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