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Big Upset on Day 1 - FINA Diving World Series in Montreal

(MONTREAL) – China snared three gold medals and Malaysia claimed one during a full day of synchronized diving at the FINA World Series in Montreal, Canada. Friday’s contests marked Day 1 of the third leg of the series - the only one held inside a 20th century Olympic venue.

The day began with an upset.

China had come to Montreal having won every single event of the 2018 FINA Diving World Series – 20 golds in all. But the 21st gold medal went to Malaysia’s Pandelela Pamg and Jun Hoong Cheong in the women's 10m synchro.

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28Apr2018

Divers Prepare to Electrify Montreal at FINA Diving World Series #3

(MONTREAL) – The third stop of the FINA Diving World Series begins on Friday in Montreal, Canada, where athletes from 14 countries will vie for medals at 1976 Olympic diving venue. In fact, the renovated pool sits inside the base of the iconic white tower that leans at a 45-degree angle over the French-speaking city.

Athletes will also try to earn valuable ranking points en route to the fourth and final stop of the World Series in Kazan, Russia, in early May.

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26Apr2018

Fuji, Day 3: Three finals, three more titles for China

The second leg of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2018 concluded today in Fuji (JPN), with the team of China earning the last three titles on offer, and completing, like in the inaugural meet of the circuit, a gold-medal sweep in the competition.

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17Mar2018

Fuji, Day 2: Zhang (CHN) beats Olympic champion in the 10m

Chinese divers displayed once more their supremacy in the second day of the 2018 FINA/CNSG Diving World Series’ leg, taking place in Fuji (JPN). Olympic champion in Rio 2016 Ren Qian (CHN), and Zhang Jiaqi (CHN) winner in the first meet of the series in Beijing competed in the women’s 10m Platform. Ren had performed very consistently in the semi-final, while Kim Mi Rae (PRK), who finished fourth in the FINA World Championships 2017, was better than the two Chinese stars. 

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16Mar2018

Fuji, Day 1: China takes it all

Chinese divers showed their incomparable strength in the inaugural day of the second leg of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2018, taking place for the first time in Fuji (JPN), from March 15-17.

In the women’s 10m Synchro Platform, China’s Zhang Jiaqi and Zhang Minjie, who had also convincingly won last week in Beijing (CHN), claimed the gold with 335.70, leading the final from the very first dive.

Their scores fell short of the 368.22 points they had netted in Beijing. Therefore, they didn’t appear to be totally satisfied with their result.

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15Mar2018

FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2018 in Fuji : The first time in Japan

The second leg of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2018 is set to begin in Fuji city, Japan, for 3 days from March 15-17. This is the first time ever Japan is hosting a meet of the World Series.

Previous to the competition start, the Organising Committee officially opened the festivities on Wednesday March 14 with a press conference in Shizuoka Prefectural Fuji Swimming Pools.

During the conference, TDC member and Diving World Series Manager Melanie Beck made a speech announcing the start:

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14Mar2018

PR 14 - Diving World Series 2018: China stronger than ever

Team China showed extraordinary form this weekend in Beijing, China, the first host of the 2018 FINA/CNSG Diving World Series (March 9-11).

Chinese divers pocketed all gold medals at stake in the iconic Water Cube (10 events).

Xie Siyi (550.50) and Yang Jian (539.55) won the individual 3m and 10m respectively, while World champion Shi Tingmao (392.10) and Zhang Jiaqi (439.10) took gold in the women's 3m and 10m respectively.

Chinese pairs also swept all synchronised events and mixed events.

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12Mar2018

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