10th February 2014
The 2014 FINA/NVC Diving World Series will be held over three days from 25 - 27 April.
As in 2013, the sychronised events will take place on the opening day and will be straight finals with the 10m Synchro in the afternoon session and the 3m Synchro in the evening.
The world's best individual springboard divers will then take the stage on day two, competing in prelims in the morning before the men's and women's finals in the evening.
On the final day, the action restarts from the high tower with the likes of Tom Daley and David Boudia in action in prelims from 10am and finals from 6pm.
Please note all 'ones to watch' are based on provisional start lists.
Day One - 25 April
Ones to watch: GB partnerships Tonia Couch & Sarah Barrow (10m Synchro) and Rebecca Gallantree & Alicia Blagg (3m Synchro) have won medals at this level in previous years while new 10m Synchro partnership Matty Lee and Dan Goodfellow will go for a hat-trick after bronze in the opening two legs of this year's World Series.
|One||12:00||Women's 10m Synchro Final|
|One||12:00||Men's 10m Synchro Final|
|Two||19:00||Women's 3m Synchro Final|
|Two||19:00||Men's 3m Synchro Final|
Day Two - 26 April
Ones to watch: GB fans will be keeping a close eye on Jack Laugher in the men's event while China's reigning champion He Zi won five from six gold medals on last year's World Series.
|Three||10:00||Women's 3m Springboard Prelim|
|Three||10:00||Men's 3m Springboard Prelim|
|Four||18:00||Women's 3m Springboard Final|
|Four||18:00||Men's 3m Springboard Final|
Day Three - 27 April
Ones to watch: Tom Daley renews his rivalry with USA's Olympic champion David Boudia in the men's event while GB's Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow both reached the World Championship final last year and will be aiming to challenge China's World Championship gold and silver medallists Si Yajie and Chen Ruolin.
|Five||10:00||Women's 10m Platform Prelim|
|Five||10:00||Men's 10m Platform Prelim|
|Six||18:00||Women's 10m Platform Final|
|Six||18:00||Men's 10m Platform Final|
- Click here to find out more about some of the top divers competing in this year's World Series.