Current and future stars of British Diving will go up against international counterparts in an exciting new competition as Plymouth Active Leisure plays host to the inaugural Futures Cup this week. The event will feature both junior and senior divers and provide a valuable competition opportunity for divers who have not been able to compete in as many events and competitions as they would have liked over the past two years.

Athletes representing Great Britain and each of the Home Nations of England, Scotland and Wales will compete with rivals from the USA, Canada and Ukraine across two days of top-level competition at the Plymouth Life Centre over the weekend of 14th and 15th May.

Among the standout names due to compete, Olympic champion Matty Lee will dive alongside fellow Olympian Noah Williams in the Men’s 10m Synchro, with Eden Cheng and Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix combining in the women’s equivalent. James Heatly, Grace Reid and Matthew Dixon are also set to be involved among the senior ranks, with Desharne Bent-Ashmeil, Amy Rollinson and Leon Baker all heading into the event after securing junior titles earlier this month in Southend.

Meanwhile, platform synchro duo Oleksii Sereda and Kirill Boliukh from the Ukraine are set to compete.