The International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix season resumes tomorrow in the Canadian city of Calgary.
The Grand Prix campaign began nearly two months ago in Rostock, with the Repsol Sport Centre in Calgary playing host to the second event of the season.
The competition starts with preliminary rounds in the women's 3 metre and men's 10m competitions.
They will be followed by the semi-finals in the afternoon.
The preliminary round and semi-finals of the men's 3m and women's 10m will then take place on Friday (April 5).
Saturday (April 6) will see the finals of the mixed 10m synchro, men's 3m synchro, women's 3m, women's 10m synchro and the men's 10m.
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.
In total, 134 athletes from 22 different countries are expected to compete.
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 the Egyptian capital Cairo.