Canada's Celina Toth won her women's platform semi-final ©Getty Images

Canada’s Celina Toth and Caeli McKay topped the women’s platform semi-final standings at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix in Calgary.

Toth emerged the winner of the first semi-final at Repsol Sport Centre.

She achieved 312.10 points from five dives in the women’s 10 metres platform to advance to the final.

Australia’s Melissa Wu and Germany’s Maria Kurjo followed on 307.50 and 300.05, respectively.

The second semi-final saw McKay lead the standings on 302.55, with China’s Xu Yijin second on 294.35.

Mexico’s Alejandra Estrella completed the top three on 291.05.

Huang Bowen achieved the highest score in the men’s 3m springboard semi-finals by winning his semi-final on 454.85.

He was followed by Canada’s Francois Imbeau-Dulac on 428.45, with Colombia’s Daniel Restrepo Garcia third on 402.75.

Britain’s Daniel Goodfellow scored 468.25 points to finish first in the second semi-final.

Philippe Gagne of Canada and Britain’s James Heatly completed the top three on 431.45 and 416.70, respectively.

Daniel Goodfellow eased into the men's 3m springboard semi-final ©Getty Images
Daniel Goodfellow eased into the men's 3m springboard semi-final ©Getty Images

The finals of the mixed 10m synchro, men's 3m synchro, women's 3m, women's 10m synchro and the men's 10m are due to be held tomorrow.

On Sunday (April 7), the last day of competition, five more finals will take place.

Medals will be awarded in the mixed 3m synchro, men's 10m synchro, women's 3m synchro, men's 3m and the women's 10m.

After Calgary, four more Grand Prix events will be held before July's World Championships in Gwangju.

Divers will travel to Mission Viejo in California from April 11 to 14, before competing in Madrid, Bolzano in Italy and Egyptian capital Cairo.