A blend of major international experience and up-and-coming talent makes up the 14-strong British Diving team selected for this month's World Aquatics Championships in Budapest (18th June - 3rd July).
Olympic champions Jack Laugher and Matty Lee spearhead a group that also contains veterans of previous World Championship campaigns, with Grace Reid, James Heatly and Robyn Birch all preparing for their third appearance at this level. The trio made their Worlds debut at the same Duna Arena venue five years ago.
There are seven athletes preparing to make their bow at a World Championship event. Desharne Bent-Ashmeil, Anthony Harding, Yasmin Harper, Jordan Houlden, Emily Martin, Amy Rollinson and European medallist Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix will all go up against the best international divers from across the globe when the diving programme begins on 26th June, running into the final day of the Championships on 3rd July.
The British team is completed by Eden Cheng and Noah Williams, who both stood atop the podium at last month's British Diving Championships - Cheng after a brilliant individual victory in the Women's 10m Platform, and Williams as part of a new-look partnership with Lee in the Men's 10m Synchro.
The 2022 World Championships is the benchmark diving competition in a packed year of aquatics events, a year on from a record-equalling three-medal haul for Britain's divers at the Olympic Games. They also won three medals - one silver and two bronzes - in the last World Championships at Gwangju 2019.
Individual events will take place across the Men's and Women's 1m Springboard, 3m Springboard and 10m Platform, with synchronised events from the 3m springboard and 10m platform, as well as the team event.
Reflecting on the team selection and the upcoming competition in Budapest, British Swimming Associate Performance Director Tim Jones said: "The standard of diving at the recent British Championships was outstanding, and we are excited to have been able to select this team off the back of that to lead us into a first World Championships in three years.
"Some of our most established divers on the international stage showed their quality in Sheffield, with Jack Laugher winning a hat-trick of British titles - while it was also great to see some younger divers perform when it mattered. That blend of experience and youth will come together in Budapest, and we will be looking for the divers to show how their preparations can come together on the big stage, in the arena."
The British Diving team for the 2022 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary:
Desharne Bent-Ashmeil, Dive London Aquatics Club
Robyn Birch, Dive London Aquatics Club
Eden Cheng, Crystal Palace Diving Club
Anthony Harding, City of Leeds Diving Club
Yasmin Harper, City of Sheffield Diving Club
James Heatly, Edinburgh Diving Club
Jordan Houlden, City of Sheffield Diving Club
Jack Laugher, City of Leeds Diving Club
Matty Lee, Dive London Aquatics Club
Emily Martin, Dive London Aquatics Club
Grace Reid, Dive London Aquatics Club
Amy Rollinson, Luton Diving Club
Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix, Dive London Aquatics Club
Noah Williams, Dive London Aquatics Club
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