Sports Mole grabbed a word with Heatly and Haslam moments after their final dive to see how they were feeling.
Congratulations boys! What did you expect from today?
Haslam: "We wanted to go out there and dive a PB, get all our dives in, and it wasn't that way today but we still came out of it with a silver medal. You can't be too disappointed, can you?"
Heatly: "We wanted to go out there and do a good performance to see where that would put us. Our PB is not far off what the Russians got today, so if we could match that or go even further [we would have a gold]. Everybody else dropped dives so the fact that we were able to keep ourselves up there and come on top of the rest of them was good."
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You also got a silver at the British Championships a few months ago. How have you progressed since then?
Haslam: "Since the British Championships we then won gold at a competition in Sweden called Seven Nations. We posted a PB there. Since then we've been training, but he lives in Edinburgh and I live in Sheffield so we've been going back and forth - mainly him coming to Sheffield actually!"
James, you have another event in the morning. Are you going to be able to sleep tonight?
Heatly: "Hopefully! I don't know, we're getting weighed down with that medal! But hopefully I can sleep."
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You got a bronze yesterday, a silver today, so tomorrow...
Heatly: "Haha, who knows? We'll see what happens. Fingers crossed."
Your job is done now Ross. How are you going to spend the rest of your time here?
Haslam: "Well obviously I'm going to be watching and supporting. For the diving team especially, we are a massive family - as cringey as that sounds - and we do love each other. So I'm obviously going to be screaming them on but I think I'm just going to relax and enjoy this experience, because it has been incredible up to now."
You can enjoy the Athletes' Village too - I hear it's been amazing.
Heatly: "You can eat as much as you want now, Ross!"
Haslam: "I can really tuck in in the dining hall. The Village is incredible. When I first heard about Baku and the European Games, I expected to come in and it be a little hotel but it's completely not that. There's massive apartments - I've got an apartment bigger than my bedroom at home! I don't know what to do with the space!"