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DWS, Montreal (CAN): “We are ready, so ‘fasten your seatbelts’”

Diving Plongeon Canada has welcomed many of the world's best divers as they host the first of three stops of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series. Five months before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, it is in Montreal that the world's most talented divers will begin their season with the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series. The notable absence in this first leg is the Chinese team, affected by the worldwide disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak. The disruption has unfortunately resulted in the cancelation of a Diving World Series event that was originally scheduled in Beijing.

Diving World Series 2020
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28Feb2020

FINA/CNSG DWS 2020 - hosts and dates revealed, Diving World Cup in Tokyo

2020 will be a busy year for the diving world. Two of the most highly anticipated and prestigious competitions of the discipline will be held in the first half of the year, before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (diving from July 26-August 8).

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11Sep2019
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01Mar

DWS, London, Day 3: Mixed bag of nations as Australia and Great Britain join China at the top of the podium

The last day of the last leg of the 2019 FINA/CNSG Diving World Series in London saw action from home-grown superstar Thomas Daley as he graced the podium twice, picking up gold with Grace Reid in the mixed 3m synchro and bronze in the men’s 10m platform. 

Australia’s Maddison Keeney did the same except for upgrading to silver in the mixed 3m synchro, while picking up gold in her individual 3m springboard event.

Diving World Series 2018
London, Great Britain
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19May2019

DWS, London, Day 2: Great Britain prevents a clean sweep for China

The 14 nations competing in the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series saw the second day of the London leg on Saturday 18 May play out with the usual tussle with China for the top spot on the podium. That is with the exception of the superior Jack Laugher of Great Britain of course, who dominated the men’s 3m springboard event, finishing not far from the world record in his home country.

Diving World Series 2019
London, Great Britain
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18May2019

DWS, London, Day 1: Great Britain and Australia snatch two golds destined for China

The last leg of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series kicked off on Friday 17 May in spectacular fashion as Thomas Daley and Matthew Lee didn’t disappoint the home crowd with a showstopping performance in the men’s 10m synchro platform, with Australia’s Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Smith mirroring the feat in the final two rounds of their 3m synchro springboard final.

Diving World Series 2019
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17May2019

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