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Diving World Cup: Great Britain's Tom Daley and Noah Williams win gold

Tom Daley and Noah Williams
Daley and Williams won silver at the World Championships in February

Great Britain's Tom Daley and Noah Williams took gold in the men's synchronised 10m event at the Diving World Cup in Berlin.

The pair achieved 465 points, including two dives which were awarded 93.96 and 95.46 points.

Canada were second on 408.99 and Australia third with 402.57.

Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix won silver in the women's 10m platform, with fellow Britons Yasmin Harper and Scarlett Mew Jensen third in the synchronised 3m.

Spendolini-Sirieix finished on 339.10 points, with China's Quan Hongchan winning with 432.80.

Harper and Mew Jensen achieved 295.59 points and were only narrowly beaten by the 303.21 for the winning United States pair and 296.73 from second-placed Australia.

Daley also won gold on Friday with the mixed team which included Jack Laugher, who claimed the men's synchronised 3m springboard title with Anthony Harding on Saturday.

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