Can Orlando Duque make it a fairytale finish to this event and fire himself to victory?
A little short of vertical, and Paredes collects 7s from the judges. He's in third.
Right, we're into the men's final. We're in for some more drama here no doubt. Remember, Orlando Duque leads and champion Gary Hunt sits in sixth spot. Here comes the Brit with the hardest dive in the world...he needs to nail this
Rhiannan Iffland is ready for her final dive. It needs to be a great one for the reigning champion to have a chance of victory.
It's time for the women's final now. Will we see a new face on top of the podium today?
Here are the men's standings after Round 3 -
1- Orlando Duque (COL) – 243.00
2- Jonathan Paredes (MEX) – 241.25
3- Steven LoBue (USA) – 237.90
4- Kris Kolanus (POL) – 229.55
5- Blake Aldridge (GBR) – 229.15
6- Gary Hunt (GBR) – 226.80
7- Kyle Mitrione (W) (USA) – 220.60
8- Sergio Guzman (MEX) – 214.25
9- Andy Jones (USA) - 213.70
10- David Colturi (USA) – 207.80
11- Michal Navratil (CZE) – 201.75
12- Artem Silchenko (RUS) - 192.05
13- Miguel Garcia (W) (COL) – 188.60
14- Todor Spasov (W) (BUL) - 165.50
8 divers down and it's Steven LoBue who now leads. Six left to go in this third round
Hunt admitted he needed near-perfect dives today, and that's not a bad start. 8.5, 8.5 and 8 are the scores and he's up and running.
Over to the men now and it's another champion who will be first up, Gary Hunt. Can the Brit launch a remarkable comeback after a struggling start from the rocks yesterday?
Here's Helena Merten now. 7s from the judges, and the Australian is happy with that. She reclaims the lead heading into the final.
As Rhiannan Iffland is in last place after two rounds, it will be the Australian who kicks things off today.