The women's high diving final will take place on 30 July.
The 2013 Red Bull World Series will kick off on 25 May at one of the most spectacular settings on the tour in La Rochelle. On the road to the Barcelona 2013 World Championships, three more events will be held: in Copenhagen on 22 June, followed by a competition only one week later in Vila Franca o Campo and a last one on 14 July, to be held in Malcesine, a small municipality in the Province of Verona, Italy, which lies on the shores of Lake Garda.
There will be eight high diving judges in Barcelona. Among them is Spain's Julián Llinás, board member of the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) and responsible for diving.
After the event held in Sydney, Australia, in January, the list of 14 men participating in the high diving competition was revealed: Gary Hunt (Great Britain), Orlando Duque (Colombia), Steve LoBue (USA), Artem Silchenko (Russia), David Colturi (USA), Jonathan Paredes (Mexico), Michal Navratil (Czech Republic), Blake Aldridge (Great Britain), Anatoliy Shabotenko (Ukraine), Matt Cowen (Great Britain), Cyrille Oumedjkane (France), Jorge Ferzuli (Mexico), Kent De Mond (USA) and Hassan Mouti (France). The two reserves are Poland's Kris Kolanus and Alain Kohl of Luxemburg.