World women's number one Loudy Tourky heads a top-class field of divers who will grace the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool this month as part of the government's relaunch programme following the Sars outbreak. Three shows will be held on July 26 and 27 featuring Olympic medallists and world championship performers from Australia, Russia and China. The Canadian synchronised swimming team are also taking part. Australia have promised to send their best divers. Loudy Tourky and Lynda Dackiw, ranked number one and two respectively in women's 10-metre platform diving, will show off their skills, along with Chantelle Michell, the world number one in the three-metre springboard discipline. China and Russia have yet to finalise their lineups. However, Ronnie Wong Man-chiu, honorary secretary for the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association (HKASA), has flown to Barcelona, where the world championships are taking place, to persuade household names like Tian Liang and Guo Jingjing to come. A final list of participants is expected tomorrow. Schools had been notified about the shows and the HKASA said the response for group bookings had been good. Tickets have been on sales since Thursday and are priced from $60 to $120. The HKASA said that the government had allocated more than $1 million for the shows, which were expected to attract over 3,000 spectators.