Shan Lin and Yani Chang from China win on 3m synchro springboard in Kazan

Shan Lin and Yani Chang from China win on 3m synchro springboard in Kazan

May 10, 2019 - 20:33
Sport

Shan Lin and Yani Chang representing China won third gold in the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series. They scored 302.01 points. The athletes were not satisfied with their performance having noted that they had been more successful in the national leg. “We made mistakes during the first and third sessions. We could have performed better, but failed this time”, they added.

Anabelle Smith and Maddison Keeney from Australia took silver (283.98 points). “I am satisfied with my performance. First three dives are not difficult, but it’s always a great challenge for us. We have managed to put up with the difficult ones, but still need to improve the easier ones”, shared her impressions Maddison Keeney.

The athletes from Australia won bronze and silver in the legs of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series. “We will work much harder and keep it going in the next leg in London”, Maddison Keeney added.

As for the upcoming World Aquatics Championships, they are not focused on medals; they would like to perform well in order to remain satisfied with their efforts.

Viktoriya Kesar and Anna Pysmenka from Ukraine won bronze (273.60 points). “Bronze is a good achievement for us, all athletes always have chances, but still there is so much to be worked on. We have to achieve accuracy”, admitted the athletes. They are going to take part in the Russian Diving Championships in 3 weeks.  

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