Harrogate diver Jack Laugher took bronze in the three-metre Springboard in the final leg of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series in Mexico and was ranked third in the overall rankings.
Jack has been in strong form throughout the season, with the latest medal adding to his impressive tally that also includes a silver from Canada and bronze from Russia. The 19-year-old finished with a score of 504.65 points for his second bronze of the series.
UK Sport have announced their funding programme and there are, of course, both winners and losers. Swimming has suffered a funding cut after delivering only three medals in London, but diving has escaped the cull.
Most of Britain's top divers are based in either Sheffield or Leeds, and so is the next generation of stars as well. In fact three youngsters from Sheffield will be amongst those heading for the Youth Olympics in Sydney in the New Year. Chris Dawkes has been to meet them.
City of Leeds diver Jack Laugher has won his second gold medal in the space of 24 hours at the World Junior Diving Championships in Adelaide with victory in the 3m springboard syncro alongside partner Tom Daley.
The 17-year-old Ripon diver, who has been tipped as a future world champion by American diving legend Greg Louganis, has now won four junior world crowns.
Daley and Laugher blitzed their rivals with a score of 338.85. Russian duo Ilia Kuzmin and Maxim Popkov were their closest challengers 30.83 behind.
Becky Gallantree and Hannah Starling scraped through to the semi-final of the women's three-metre springboard at the Aquatics Centre . Gallantree failed to get past the preliminary round in Beijing four years ago but a score of 299.25 was
enough to see her finish 16th and just inside the 18-diver cut. Starling was fractionally behind her fellow Briton with a total of 298.95 placing her 17th. The 17-year-old, the youngest diver in the competition, had been 19th heading into her final
dive but drew scores of seven for her forwards two-and-a-half somersault with one twist to nudge through. City of Leeds duo will, however, have to improve to reach the final with the top 12 set to go through from tomorrow's round.
Sheffield diver Nick Robinson-Baker and his partner Chris Mears equalled Britain’s best ever result when they finished fifth in the 3-metre synchronised diving event at the Aquatics Centre this afternoon.
He bettered his seventh place finish in Beijing.
Favourites China took gold.
We're going to have a break first. Chris is well up for Rio while I'm going to take a bit of time out first, because I'm getting old now. But roll on Rio.