Watch Olympic divers train at London Aquatics Centre

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Team GB Olympic divers, including Tom Daley, are set to train at a free open event at the London Aquatics Centre on Saturday, July 13.

Everyone Active, the operator of the centre on behalf of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), is hosting this unique opportunity, inviting the local community to come along and watch their Olympic heroes in action – all free of charge.

Among the diving stars present will be Olympic gold medallist Tom Daley, along with fellow Team GB Olympians Noah Williams, Kyle Kothari, Scarlett Mew Jensen, Grace Reid and Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix.

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The event will run from 9.30am to 11am and is open to everyone.

Noah Williams and Tom Daley.Noah Williams and Tom Daley.
Noah Williams and Tom Daley.

Spectators will have the chance to watch these world-class athletes as they prepare for the upcoming Olympic Games.

Dive London Aquatics Club, one of the top diving clubs in the country, has been the host diving club at the London Aquatics Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park since its public opening in 2014.

Led by Olympic and World Champion Tom Daley, the club will be showcasing their Aquatics GB high performance divers during this session.

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Mark Basker, Regional Contract Manager at Everyone Active, said: "We're incredibly excited to open the doors of the London Aquatics Centre and give the local community a glimpse into the world of Olympic-level diving.

Yasmin Harper and Scarlett Mew JensenYasmin Harper and Scarlett Mew Jensen
Yasmin Harper and Scarlett Mew Jensen

“It's a chance to see the dedication and skill of these world-class athletes up close and we hope that it’ll inspire people of all ages to dive into aquatic sports themselves.”

Everyone Active's eight-year partnership with LLDC began in March this year.

The London Aquatics Centre is a venue for both elite sport and community swimming, attracting more than one million visits a year for community use and 'learn to swim' programmes.

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Since its inauguration post-London 2012, the London Aquatics Centre has served as the stage for an array of local, national, and international aquatic events, including the recent Aquatics GB Swimming Championships.

Attendees on Saturday are encouraged to bring banners and flags to show their support for the Team GB Olympians.

Space is limited, so to secure your free place, please email [email protected] with your name and group size.

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