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DWS, Day 3, Beijing: China repeat winning feat to sweep all gold medals

Chinese divers satisfied the crazy home crowds at the Water Cube as Zhang Jiaqi, Yang Jian and Si Yajie/Lian Junjie wrapped the last three gold medals to complete a clean sweep with 10 titles on offer at the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series which concluded in Beijing (CHN) on Saturday March 9.

Diving World Series 2019
Beijing, China
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09Mar2019

DWS, Day 2, Beijing: Diving queen Shi Tingmao suffers rare upset while Cao claims third title

Olympic and World champion Shi Tingmao of China suffered a rare upset in her favorite 3m springboard while Cao Yuan celebrated his third title at the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 in Beijing (CHN) on Friday March 8.

Shi, unbeaten since 2013 in both the national and international meets, started 1.5 point lower than her long-time friend and new synchro partner Wang Han (CHN) for her first dive, and accumulated the gap little by little after each round. Shi finally collected 367.00 point, 10.40 behind Wang. Jennifer Abel of Canada finished third (332.70).

Diving World Series 2019
Beijing, China
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08Mar2019

DWS, Day 1, Beijing: China takes four synchro golds at second FINA Diving World Series leg

China dominated the first day of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 as the hosts divers took four synchro titles on offer while Olympic champion Cao Yuan became the first double winner in Beijing on Thursday March 7.

Cao Yuan/Chen Aisen of China topped the men's 10m synchro platform as they scored 494.55, beating Aleksandr Bondar/Viktor Minibaev of Russia (425.67) and Domonic Bedggood/Declan Stacey of Australia (411.00). Thomas Daley/Matthew Lee of Great Britain finished fourth (400.86).

Diving World Series 2019
Beijing, China
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07Mar2019

Beijing ready to host second Diving World Series leg

National heroes and Olympic champions Shi Tingmao, Cao Yuan and British stars Thomas Daley and Jack Laugher will lead a total a group of 78 divers from 14 countries ready to compete at the second leg of the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series, from March 7-9.

The Beijing Water Cube is hosting this last major competition before it is transformed into the Ice Cube, the venue that will stage the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games curling competition.

FINA Best Women Diver of the Year consecutively since 2015 Shi Tingmao said during the pre-meet press conference:

Diving World Series 2019
Beijing, China
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06Mar2019

PR 16 - Hungary and the Netherlands rule their pool, six teams qualify to Europa Cup Final

The Game Day 10 of the FINA Women's Water Polo World League 2019, as part of the European qualification phase, was played last night (Tuesday March 5) in Szentes (HUN) and Rotterdam (NED) respectively.

The Hungarians, playing at home, defeated Italy 12-8 despite a tie in the first quarter (3-3, 3-1, 3-2, 3-2).

In Rotterdam, the Dutch crushed France 19-2, giving the French no chance as of the second quarter and until the end of the match (5-2, 4-0, 4-0, 6-0).

Press Releases 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland
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06Mar2019

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