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

After winning silver in the Olympics, He Zi (CHN) crushed it with two 80 plus dives, winning by 27.15 points and finally claiming gold.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Springboard: Wang Han 2nd

Wang Ha (CHN) took bronze in the 1m Springboard, now claims silver in the 3m, 27.15 points behind teammate He Zi.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Springboard: Ware 3rd

Pamela Ware (CAN) scored Bronze in the Synchro and scores Bronze in the solo as well, with 350.25. Her Synchro partner Jennifer Abel came in 5th.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Springboard: Taylor 11th

Maren Taylor (USA) finished with her best scoring dives at 63.00, giving her a total of 304.60, 45.65 points off the podium.

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 World Championship: Men’s Synchro Springboard Synchro: Mexico 3rd

Jahir Ocampo and Rommel Pacheco nail two big 80+ point dives to claim the bronze, just 26.05 points out of first.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Synchro Springboard Synchro: USA 5th

Troy Dumais and Michael Hixon suffer a weak 5th round dive, killing their chances for a medal. Finishing with 410.85 points, just 11.94 off the podium.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Synchro Springboard Synchro: China wins

Two time Olympic champ Qin Kai is now a four time World champ. His new partner, He Chong, gets his second Synchro world title, winning by 20.85 points

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 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 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 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.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Springboard Synchro: Italy 2nd

Tania Cagnotto and Francesca Dallape were the only ones to finish anywhere close to the Chinese pair, 30.60 points down but good enough for silver.

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

Three time Olympic champ Wu Minxi, with her new partner Shi Tingmao, wins her 6th Springboard Synchro championship by 30.60 points.

2012 U.S. Diving Championship: Leydon-Mahoney wins Springboard

From start to finish, Gracia Leydon-Mahoney lead the Women’s 3m Springboard, winning by 38.8 points.

2012 National Diving Championship: Dumais wins Springboard

After winning his first Olympic medal (bronze in Synchro) Dumais wins another Spring Board USA title, by 44.40 points.

2012 National Diving Championship: Dumais Brothers wins Synchro Springboard

Justin Dumais and Dwight Dumais win their first Men’s Synchronized Springboard National Title, by 1.95 points.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Ipsen misses in 3m Springboard

After making the Syncho team with Troy Dumais, Kristian Ipsen comes up 1.25 point short in the individual to finish 3rd and out of the Olympics.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Colwill wins 3m Springboard

With 1457.45 points, Christopher Colwill gets the win and heads to the London Olympics.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Cassidy Krug wins 3m Springboard

With 1094.85 points, by a margin of 77 points, Krug heads to her first Olympic games with Christina Loukas.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Men’s 3m Springboard competition

Christopher Colwill gets the win by 9.10 points and will be joined by Troy Dumais in London, as Kristian Ipsen comes up short.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Troy Dumais 2nd in Springboard

After making the Syncho Team with Kristian Ipsen, Dumais will also be diving in the individual 3m Springboard. Taking 2nd place behind Chris Colwill.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Colwill and Livingston 2nd 3m Springboard Syncho

Christopher Colwill and Drew Livingston finish second on the day, 24.67 points out of first.

2012 USA Olympic Diving Trials: Men’s 3m Springboard Syncho review

Cynthia and Ted review Troy Dumais and Kristian Ipsen’s advancement to the Olympics for Team USA.

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 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: Synchronized Swimming: Final Comb + 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: Synchronized Swimming: Final Comb + 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 @1:00pmET. 

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 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 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 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 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 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.

 
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