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British Gas ASA Youth Championships (50m) 2009, incorporating the National Championships - Day 4

Day four proved to be successful for the Multi Disability swimmers as they claimed three European Records. Stephanie Millward (Swansea Performance) set new European figures for the S9 category in the Women’s Multi Disability 100m Butterfly. She swam to a new Record of 1:10.61.

Millward said: "I was very pleased with the swim. I was looking forward to it this morning and thought hopefully I would swim fast. I was pushed all the way by Rhiannon (Henry) who I train with sometimes so I knew she would swim fast today but I was very pleased to get the European Record. Training’s been going very well. It is hard work, my coach Billy Pye pushes me just that little bit too hard but it’s definitely worth it."

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GB Diving Squad selected for 13th FINA World Championships 2009

An 11-strong squad of British divers have been selected to compete in Rome. Fifteen-year-old Tom Daley will lead five other Olympic finalists into their first major international competition since Beijing.

As well as the Olympic diving programme (3m and 10m individual and springboard), the British Gas Diving squad will also compete for honours in the 1m individual springboard.

The British Gas squad consists of:

British Gas team for European Junior Diving Championships 2009

1 to 5 July 2009 - Budapest, Hungary

Eleven junior divers have been selected to represent the British Gas team at the upcoming European Junior Diving Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

The five-day event, which takes place from 1st – 5th July, will see some of Britain’s top young diving talents test themselves against Europe’s best in the 1m, 3m and platform individual events and 3m Synchro

Despite missing five of their junior elite divers – notably Tom Daley, Megan Sylvester and Max Brick who are concentrating on the senior Word Diving Championships, as well as Jack Laugher and Chris Mears who are out through injury and illness respectively - the British Gas team will be hoping to put in a good performance on the international stage with an aim of finishing fourth in the medal table.

FINA Diving World Series 2009 - Mexico City

British Gas divers Ben Swain and Nick Robinson-Baker will look to add to their medals already won when they conclude the FINA Diving World Series in Mexico City.

And Universal Sports, in partnership with FINA, will provide same-day broadcast coverage of the Diving World Series, beginning on Friday. Highlights, full-length video, photo galleries, breaking news and more available via www.fina.org

British Gas Diving Team announced for Sheffield leg of FINA World Diving Series 2009

18/19 April 2009 - Ponds Forge International Sports Centre

The British Gas Diving Team set to take on a host of Olympic champions and medallists at the Sheffield leg of the FINA World Diving Series this month has been unveiled.

Plymouth Diving's Tom Daley, a bronze medallist at the previous Diving World Series leg in China, will go head-to-head with the likes of Olympic Champion Matt Mitcham (Australia), while British twins Carol and Helen Galashan will face Olympic Champions Wang Xin and Chen Ruolin (China) in the Women's 10m Synchro.

The squad of seven will see the Men's 3m Synchro pairing of Ben Swain and Nick Robinson-Baker looking to continue their good form in the competition. The pair earned bronze in the opening leg of the series in Doha last month and since the inaugural competition in Sheffield in 2007 they have secured four medal placings.

Arena European Diving Championships 2009

1 to 5 April 2009 - Turin, Italy

Eight of Britain’s brightest young talents and experienced Olympian Blake Aldridge will compete for European honours against the might of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Italy in Turin.

The team, which consists largely of athletes from the British Diving’s Development Programme, will use the event to increase their exposure to international competition and for some it will be there first time against such highly ranked opponents.

FINA Diving World Series 2009 - Changzhou

British Olympians Ben Swain and Nick Robinson-Baker (City of Sheffield), Rebecca Gallantree (City of Leeds) and Tom Daley (Plymouth Diving) return to action this week when they join the world’s best divers in China. UniversalSports.com will broadcast the diving events from Changzhou:

March 27 Men’s & Women’s Springboard Finals On-demand
Men’s & Women’s Platform Finals 7:30 – 9 AM

March 28 Men’s & Women’s Springboard Finals On-demand
Men’s & Women’s Springboard Finals 7:30 – 9:15 AM

UK Sport supports 2009 FINA Diving World Series, Sheffield event

18 / 19 April 2009 - Ponds Forge International Sports Centre

Britain is set to welcome the world's very best divers as Sheffield prepares to hold the third leg of the 2009 FINA Diving World Series which promises to showcase many of last summer's Olympic heroes.

The 2009 FINA Diving World Series sees a fourth leg added to the event which will take place in Qatar. Sheffield's Ponds Forge International Sports Centre will play host to the world's top eight divers just three months out from the World Championships.

UK Sport has worked as a partner with British Swimming over the last three years in staging the competition. In 2009 UK Sport is providing funding support of £120,000 from its National Lottery backed World Class Events Programme to support the competition.

British Diving Championships (incorporating the asa Nationals) 2009

5 to 7 February 2009 - Ponds Forge ISC, Sheffield

With the World Championships only six months away, the British Diving Championships will showcase Britain’s best athletes looking to secure their place on the team that will compete at the biggest event of the year. Divers will need a top two finish and achieve a recommended score/degree of difficulty in order to qualify their individual place on the World Championship squad. Selection for the synchronised events will take place later this year.

The divers that competed in Beijing will be ready to use their experience and knowledge to edge out their closest competition to ensure they are selected to take on the world’s best in Rome and try to book their places on senior and junior squads for the rest of the year

Divers set for Australian Youth Olympic Festival 2009 test

14 to 18 January 2009 - Sydney

A young team of British divers are putting the final touches to their preparations for the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF). The seven-strong squad will feature alongside 25 other countries at the event which is designed to give young athletes valuable experience of multi-sports events like the Olympics or Commonwealth Games.

Video of Dec 08 launch for event (2m 31s flashplayer required to view)

KlingerCook Trophy 2008

Olympic finalist Blake Aldridge heads up the 14-strong squad aiming to win the second annual KlingerCook Trophy just three months after he competed at the Beijing Olympic Games.

The squad, which includes Plymouth Diving's Brooke Graddon, European Junior Champion James Milton and European Junior silver medallist Megan Sylvester, will be looking to both extend their international experience and develop their skills as the 2012 Olympic cycle begins.