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  1. What are the World Aquatics Championships?

    Eden Cheng and Lois Toulson

    Budapest hosts the first World Aquatics Championships since 2019.

    Team GB head to Hungary on the back of a record medal haul at last year’s Tokyo Olympics.

    Experienced team members include 2018 European Champion Eden Cheng and two-time European champion and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Grace Reid. Swim England’s Diving Talent Athlete 2019 Desharne Bent-Ashmeil will also compete in the 3m synchro category.

    In the men’s competitions, Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Matthew Lee is set to compete alongside Noah Williams in the 10m platform and 10m synchronised categories. Jack Laugher will also be diving in the 1m and 3m springboard categories.

  2. How can I watch the World Aquatics Championships?

    All times are BST and subject to change

    BBC iPlayer

    Live coverage from BBC Sport across the whole eight days of aquatics action in Budapest on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

    Sunday 26 June

    14:50-16:15: 3m Synchro Men – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Monday 27 June

    17:50-19:05: 10m Women – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Tuesday 28 June

    14:50-16:05: 3m Men – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    17:50-19:15: 10m Synchro Men – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Wednesday 29 June

    13:20-14:45: 3m/10m Team – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    15:50-17:05: 1m Women – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    17:50-19:05: 3m Synchro Mixed – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Thursday 30 June

    16:00-17:15: 10m Women Synchro – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    18:00-19:05: 1m Men – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Friday 1 July

    17:50-19:05: 10m Mixed Synchro – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Saturday 2 July

    17:50-19:05: 3m Women – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    Sunday 3 August

    13:50-15:05: 3m Women Synchro – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

    15:50-17:15: 10m Men – BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and app

  3. How to get into diving

    BBC Sport

    Video content

    Video caption: Molly Carlson: High diver on 3m TikTok followers, Olympic dreams and body positivity

    Diving and swimming lessons are available to all ages whether you’re a beginner or experienced.

    There are two types of diving boards used in competitions: springboard and platform diving. In springboard events, divers launch into the water from a heigh of either 1m or 3m while in platform, you start from a firm board placed at either 5m, 7.5m or 10m from the surface.

    Diving is best enjoyed if you’re comfortable in water; it is recommend to learn to swim before learning to dive.

    You can sign up for a swimming club in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

    Some diving centres offer taster sessions for people with disability. You can find out more here.