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2013 FINA Aquatics World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 3-4 + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Aquatics World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 3-4 + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 31 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Women 20m + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Women 20m + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 30 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 1-2

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 1-2 (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 29 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: Klein gets bronze

Sascha Klein (GER) finished with a total score of 508.55, having his best dives in rounds 5 and 6. Klein narrowly edged out Mexican swimmers German Sanchez and Ivan Garcia for the bronze medal.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: American Boudia gets silver

Olympic gold medalist David Boudia (USA) finished with a total score of 517.40, losing to Qiu Bo by 63.60 points. David Boudia also took silver at the previous world championships in Shanghai.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: Qiu Bo wins

Olympic medalist Qiu Bo (CHN) looked flawless today, finishing with a score of 581.00. Bo beat out 2nd place American Boudia by 63.60 points.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 28 @8:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 3m SPR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 27 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 3m SPR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Castillo gets bronze

Yahel Castillo (MEX) finished with a final score of 498.30, with his biggest dives coming from the 3rd and 6th round. Castillo was also a bronze medalist in the 3m Synchro Springboard at the 2011 World Championships.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Kuznetsov gets silver

Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS) finished with a final score of 508.00, 36.95 points behind winner and reigning champ Chong (CHN). Kuznetsov also took silver in the 3m Synchro Springboard.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: He Chong wins his 3rd consecutive title

The two time reigning champ He Chong (CHN) successfully defended his title with a winning score of 544.95. Chong’s easily won after his biggest competitor, Qin Kai (CHN) made a costly mistake in the 3rd round to drop himself into 10th place.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Terrible dive cost Kai gold

The former 2007 world champ Qin Kai (CHN) came into this competition as one of the clear favorites to win it all, but a horrible dive in the 3rd round bumped him into 10th place. Kai went on to finish 5th in the event.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: American Ipsen finishes 12th

Kristian Ipsen (USA) couldn’t seem to find his rhythm today as he finished with a final score of 413.35, placing him in last place in the final round. Ipsen’s best dive cam in the 5th round as he scored a 84.00 point dive.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: American Ipsen finishes 12th

Kristian Ipsen (USA) couldn’t seem to find his rhythm today as he finished with a final score of 413.35, placing him in last place in the final round. Ipsen’s best dive cam in the 5th round as he scored a 84.00 point dive.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 3m SR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 3m SR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 26 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: American Lamp 10th

22 year old Victoria Lamp (USA) started off the competition with a great dive that landed her in first place, but struggled throughout the rest of the event trying to find that same success. She finished with a total score of 301.20.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: Prokopchuk gets bronze

European champ Luliia Prokopchuk (UKR) finished with a total score of 358.40, 30.30 points out of second place. This is her first medal at this year’s championships.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: Ruolin gets silver

Reigning Olympic champ Chen Ruolin (CHN) was unable to successfully defend her title after a costly dive in the 4th round gave up her lead to 14 year old Si Yajie (CHN). Ruolin total score was 388.70.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: 14 year old Si Yajie wins gold

Si Yajie (CHN) beat out reigning world champ and Olympic champ Chen Ruolin (CHN) with a final score of 392.15. Yajie was a junior world champion last year and competed for the 1st time in senior world championships today.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 10m PLAT + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 25 @11:30amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 10m PLAT + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Wang 3rd

Wang Han (CHN) pulled off two 63+ point dives to claim the bronze, 9.35 points out of gold.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Cagnotto 2nd

The current and four time European champ, Tania Cagnotto (ITA) could all but taste the Gold, leading until the final dive, but settled for silver by only .10 points

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Men’s Diving Final 3m Spring Sync + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 23 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Men’s Diving Final 3m Spring Sync + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: He Zi wins

The 2007 champ, He Zi (CHN) was looking at silver until her final dive, where she claimed Gold by only .10 points.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Freeman 11th

American Deidre Freeman suffered a disaster with her 3rd dive, but stablized with her last two dive for 11th, landing 61.45 points off the podium.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Women’s Diving Final 1m SPR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Women’s Diving Final 1m SPR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Platform Synchro: USA 7th

Cheyenne Cousineau and Samantha Bromberg finish in 7th place, 29.40 points off the podium.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Platform Synchro: Malaysia wins

Solo Olympic bronze medalist Pandelela Rinong and her partner Mun Yee Leong score their second championship bronze together (2009, 2013). Though they missed the silver by .27 points.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Platform Synchro: Canada 2nd

The Olympic Bronze medalist Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion claim the Silver at the world championship with a big final dive, tying the Gold medalist Chinese for best score.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Platform Synchro: China wins

Two time Olympic champ, and now four time World champ, Chen Ruolin gets the win with her new partner Liu Huixia by 24.87 points.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Women’s Diving Final 10m Platform Sync + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Women’s Diving Final 10m Platform Sync + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 22 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Chavez 3rd

Alejandro Chavez (MEX) nails a 80 point plus dive and climbs up on the podium, taking Bronze by 6.50 points.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Kvasha 2nd

Four time European champ Illya Kvasha (UKR) wins his first world championship medal, finishing 26.65 points out of first.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Diving 1 Meter Springboard: Li wins

The defending champ Li Shixin successfully defends his title with two huge last dives, winning by 26.65 points.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Men’s Diving Final 1m SPR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Men’s Diving Final 1m SPR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 22 @8:00amET.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform Synchro: USA gets 10th place

USA’s Toby Stanley and David Bonuchi finished 10th overall with a final score of 372.84. USA was 72.72 points off the podium.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform Synchro: CHN gets bronze

Olympic champs, Yuan Cao and Yanquan Zhang (CHN), lead through the first 3 rounds but fell to 4th place after a bad dive in the 4th. CHN swept the world championships in 2011 but a loss here today ended their streak.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform Synchro: RUS gets silver

Victor Minibaev and Artem Chesakov (RUS) took 2nd place with a total score of 445.95. Minibaev and Chesakov also won silver at the European championships together.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform Synchro: GER becomes champs

After a costly mistake by CHN in the 4th round, the European champs, Sacha Klein and Patrick Hausding (GER), stepped up and took the world title. The duo finished with 461.46 points.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT SYNCH + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT SYNCH + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 21 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Springboard Synchro: USA 7th

Amanda Burke and Samantha Pickens were unable to perfect am impressive dive together, finishing 7.44 points off the podium.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Springboard Synchro: Canada 3rd

Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware pulled themselves out of a slow start to get on the podium with two big final dives, 46.32 points out of 3rd.

 
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