Alain Kohl gets the action off to a start with the first dive in the men's second round. We'll bring you the full standings after this round.
After some great diving in the men's second round, it's still Gary Hunt and Steven LoBue who hold first and second respectively. Jonathan Paredes makes his move and leaps up into third.
1-Gary Hunt (GBR) -215.70 pts
2-Steven LoBue (USA) - 207.30
3-Jonathan Paredes (MEX) - 201.05
4-Artem Silchenko (RUS) - 199.20
5-Michal Navratil (CZE) - 198.90
6-Orlando Duque (COL) - 192.10
7-Blake Aldridge (GBR) - 191.20
8-Sergio Guzman (MEX) - 190.70
9-Andy Jones (USA) - 187.00
10-Christian Arayon (W) (COL) - 182.25
11-Kris Kolanus (W) (POL) - 166.90
12-Alain Kohl (W) (LUX) - 166.20
13-Alessandro De Rose (W) (ITA) - 160.30
14-Viktar Maslouski (W) (BLR) - 79.55
Alain Kohl gives himself a great chance of leaping up into the top eight and a place in the final round. A superb dive earns him 8.5s from the judges.
Great dive Sergio Guzman. The Mexican looks in the mood for a podium finish today and he's moved up to first place half-way through this third round.
Women's final standings -
1-Rhiannan Iffland (W) (AUS) - 254.60 pts
2-Ginger Huber (USA) - 244.55
3-Lysanne Richard (CAN) - 244.30
4-Adriana Jimenez (MEX) - 224.10
5-Cesilie Carlton (USA) - 222.55
6-Helena Merten (AUS) - 208.45
7-Tara Hyer-Tira (W) (USA) - 187.20
Talking of having one hand on the trophy, Gary Hunt is in a great position to wrap up a record sixth World Series title here today. He sits in third place heading into the final round, and if he stays ahead of Paredes and Navratil then he'll be celebrating with one competition to spare.
Blake Aldridge pumps his fist after a brilliant final dive. He's into top spot, but here comes Gary Hunt...
SERGIO GUZMAN WINS IN JAPAN!
LoBue doesn't quite do enough and Guzman is in tears on the rocks. What an unbelievable moment! He dedicates the win to his family as he struggles to speak through the raw emotions. A truly magnificent afternoon here in Japan. LoBue takes second while Hunt completes the podium.