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Zhou Luxin crowned on men’s 10m platform in Shenzhen (CHN)

Despite being the only member of the Chinese team who attended the Beijing Olympic Games without earning a gold medal, Zhou Luxin proved he is still one of the best on the men's 10m platform after he claimed victory at the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix here on Saturday, February 14.
Leading through the preliminary and semi final, Zhou dominated the finals most of the time with seven 10-point scores in six dives, winning the title in 573.50 points.
Lin Yue from China, synchro platform champion at the Olympic Games, came second in 529.70. The Russian Minibaev Victor scored a day-high 106.40 for his last dive and 508.20 in total.
 

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15Feb2009

Main results of Day 3 from of the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix in Shenzhen (CHN)

The following are the main final results from the third day of the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix on Sunday, February 15: Men's 3m springboard: 1. Zhang Xinhua, China, 542.10 points; 2. Qin Kai, China, 530.80; 3. Aleksandr Dobroskok, Russia, 478.40; 4. Ken Nee Yeoh, Malaysia, 472.80; 5. Sergey Nazin, Russia, 453.90; 6. Chola Chanturia, Georgia, 406.30.

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14Feb2009

Main results from Day 2 of the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix in Shenzhen (CHN)

The following are the main final results from Day 2 of the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix in Shenzhen (CHN) on Saturday, February 14:
Men's 3m springboard synchronised: 1. Qin Kai/Zhang Xinhua, China, 457.08 points; 2. Tang Shaoyun/Xu Chengliang, China, 455.22; 3. Roslan Rossharisham/Ken Nee Yeoh, Malaysia, 410.89; 4. Aleksandr Dobroskok/Sergey Nazin, Russia, 408.19; 5. shota Korakhashvili/Chola Chanturia, Georgia, 380.34; 6. Chow Ho Wing/Poon Wai Ching, Hong Kong, China, 304.32.

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14Feb2009

Chen Ruolin repeats winning feat at Shenzhen FINA Diving Grand Prix

Like a replay of the Beijing Olympic Games, Chen Ruolin came back from behind in the last round one more time to snatch the women's 10m platform title at the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix in Shenzhen (CHN) on Friday, February 13.
The 16-year-old Chen led through the preliminaries and semifinals, but was placed second behind fellow Kang Li for four points in the final after four dives.
In her fifth and last dive, Chen scored 86.70 points to win the gold medal in 418.20 while Kang had to concede to silver in 415.25.

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13Feb2009

He Zi enjoys home advantage at FINA Diving Grand Prix - Shenzhen / Results from Day 1

As the gold medallist in the women's 1m springboard at the 2007 FINA World Swimming Championships in Melbourne, Australia, He Zi found herself just as comfortable winning at home as she swept the women's 3m springboard synchro gold medal at the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix 2009 on Friday, February 13 in Shenzhen, South China. The 17-year-old He, together with Wang Han, claimed the title in 324.90 points, beating their teammates Fang Min/Hou Yuanyuan into second in 302.40. Mun Yee Leong/Jimie Elizabeth from Malaysia and Sut Ian Choi/Suit Kuan Choi of Macau, China took third and fourth respectively.

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13Feb2009

16 year old Olympic champ Chen Ruolin (CHN) to shine at Shenzhen FINA Diving Grand Prix stop

Spearheaded by Chen Ruolin, double Olympic champion in the women's 10m platform, the world's diving powerhouse China will send five Beijing Olympic gold medallists to compete in the 15th FINA Diving Grand Prix 2009 in Shenzhen from February 13-15.About 47 divers, including those from Georgia, Malaysia, Russia, Hong Kong of China, Macau of China and host China are billed to show up at the eight-event meet, which includes men's and women's 3m springboard, synchronised 3m springboard, 10m platform and the synchronised platform.

Diving Grand Prix 2009
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13Feb2009

OWS GP 2009, Santa Fe, ARG: Stoychev continues domination

The first race of the FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix 2009 took place over the weekend (February 1, 2009) with victories for Petar Stoychev (BUL) – who has been the overall winner of eight consecutive major FINA open water world series’ since 2001 – and Linsy Heister (NED), who has great potential to become a long-distance star after placing fourth in the 25km at the 2008 World Open Water Swimming Championships in Seville (ESP). The race was 57km long – the longest on the Grand Prix circuit this year - with a run-time of between 8 and 10 hours of swimming. Fourteen men and eight women participated.

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06Feb2009

OWS GP 2009, Santa Fe, ARG: Stoychev continues domination

The first race of the FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix 2009 took place over the weekend (February 1, 2009) with victories for Petar Stoychev (BUL) – who has been the overall winner of eight consecutive major FINA open water world series’ since 2001 – and Linsy Heister (NED), who has great potential to become a long-distance star after placing fourth in the 25km at the 2008 World Open Water Swimming Championships in Seville (ESP). The race was 57km long – the longest on the Grand Prix circuit this year - with a run-time of between 8 and 10 hours of swimming. Fourteen men and eight women participated.

UltraMarathon Swim Series 2009
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06Feb2009

FINA 10km MSWC 2009, Overview of Race 1 (Santos, BRA): Great season opener!

The first race of the FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup 2009, which was held in Santos (BRA) on January 24, has been hailed as a resounding success by organisers and in global open water swimming circles. The competition doubled as the widely popular Maratona Aquatica Internacional de Santos / Travessia Renata Agondi and the event included festive amateur races in the distances of 1km, 2km and 4km in addition to the premier 10km. More than 1000 athletes participated in front of thousands of spectators.

Marathon Swim World Series 2009
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22Jan2009

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