The GB divers have kicked off the Olympic year in style, securing two medals in the synchronised events at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Centre in Rio, Brazil.
Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow impressed in the final of the 10m Synchro at the FINA World Cup, to win bronze and secure a quota place in the event for the Olympic Games this summer.
After qualifying for the final in seventh place, the pair knew that they needed a strong and consistent performance in the final. Saving their best dive until last, they secured 76.80 points for their Back 2½ Somersaults 1½ Twist Piked and won bronze with an overall score of 308.82.
The pair finished behind China's world champions Chen Ruolin and Liu Huixia, and Malaysia's Cheong Jun Hoong and Pandelela Rinong Pamg.
The bronze boys
Tom Daley and new synchro partner Dan Goodfellow also snapped up bronze in their first international as a pair, securing an Olympic spot for GB in the process.
The duo looked confident throughout the final, finishing with a well executed Back 31/2 Somersault to secure the third place finish.
Commonwealth champions Alicia Blagg and Rebecca Gallantree were among the other English divers in action in Rio, securing an Olympic quota place with a sixth place in the 3m Synchro.
The pair were in a strong position after their required dives, performing consistently through the rounds. However, the pair dropped some marks in the final round, finishing with a total of 299.28 points, but in a position good enough for the all-important Olympic berth.
Georgia Ward reached the 10m Platform semi final, to secure a second Olympic quota place in the event, finishing in 10th place, an impressive feat in her first senior World level event. Meanwhile, youngster Lois Toulson, competing in her first senior world level event, finished in a credible 22nd place.
The 3m Springboard saw Freddie Woodward secure another Olympic quota spot by reaching the semi final in 18th place, whilst Chris Mears just missed out in 21st place.
You can catch the remainder of the Rio Diving World Cup by watching live here.