Chinese divers Ren Qian, Lian Junjie win gold at worlds

Winners Qian Ren and Junjie Lian of China compete in the mixed diving 10m synchronized platform final at the Swimming World Championships 2017 in Duna

Gold medal winning Ren Qian and Lian Junjie of China pose on the podium during the medal ceremony of the mixed diving 10m synchronized platform final

Silver medal winning Lois Toulson and Matthew Lee of Great Britain pose on the podium during the medal ceremony of the mixed diving 10m synchronized p

Second placed Lois Toulson and Matthew Lee of Great Britain compete in the mixed diving 10m synchronized platform final at the Swimming World Champion

Yulia Timoshinina and Viktor Minibaev of Russia compete in the mixed diving 10m synchronised platform final st the Swimming World Championships 2017 i

Meaghan Benfeito and Nathan Zsombor-Murray of Canada compete in the mixed diving 10m synchronised platform final st the Swimming World Championships 2

Qian Ren and Junjie Lian of China compete in the mixed diving 10m synchronized platform final at the Swimming World Championships 2017 in Duna Arena i

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Ren Qian and Lian Junjie won the mixed 10-meter synchronized diving title for China to get its first gold medal of the World Aquatics Championships on Saturday.

Ren and Lian, who won all four meets at the FINA Diving World Series this season, produced a near flawless performance to rank first after each of the five dives for a total of 352.98 points.

Britain's Matthew Lee and Lois Toulson took silver with 323.28 points, while Kim Mi-rae and Hyon Il-myong won bronze for North Korea with 318.12 points.

Russia's Viktor Minibaev and Yulia Timoshinina were fourth, ahead of Canada's Nathan Zsombor-Murray and Meaghan Benfeito.

The women's 1-meter springboard final and men's 3-meter springboard synchronized finals take place later Saturday.