México e os EUA ganham ouro em Madri no FINA Diving Grand Prix

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FINA DIVING GRANDE PRÊMIO DE 2018
O FINA Diving Grand Prix deste fim de semana em Madri, na Espanha, foi destaque pela vitória de Juan Celaya, do México, no trampolim masculino de 3m.

O mergulhador mexicano conquistou o ouro com 421,20, enquanto o canadense Peter Mai (409,85) e Nicolas Gracia (ESP, 408,15) garantiram as medalhas de prata e bronze.

Celaya, junto com Yahel Castillo, também conseguiu a medalha de ouro synchro de 3m com 427,92, enquanto o par chinês Liu CHengming / Peng Jianfeng ficou em segundo (391).38) e os americanos Campbell / Greg Duncan completaram o pódio (387.75).

Tai Xiaohu (CHN) foi o melhor na plataforma masculina de 10m (462,90). Ele foi seguido pelo companheiro de equipe Huang Bowen (457,55) e Aidan Heslop da Grã-Bretanha (390,60).

Na competição feminina, a norte-americana Samantha Bromberg levou o ouro de 10m com 362.10,enquanto Jiao Jingjing (CHN) e Amelia Magana (EUA) completaram o pódio em 325.90 e 311.40

No entanto, Chen Yiwen e Hunag Xiaohui, da China, foram os melhores no trampolim com respectivamente 342,90 e 337,95 pontos.Brooke Schultz (EUA) garantiu a prata em jogo neste evento (312.70).

A dupla de chineses Chen Yiwen / Wu Chunting e Zhang Xiaotong / Jiao Jingjing conquistaram a vitória nos eventos sincronizados de ambas as mulheres.

A Holanda e a Rússia foram os outros dois países a receberem uma medalha este fim de semana em Madri,que estava hospedando o quarto encontro do ano, de sexta-feira, 13 de julho a domingo, 15 de julho.

Depois de uma longa pausa, o Grande Prêmio será retomado em Kuala Lumpur (MAS) de 9 a 11 de novembro para o quinto encontro.

 

Resultados http://fina.org/event/fina-diving-grand-prix-2017-6/results-0

Medalhistas no trampolim de 3m de Madrid

1. Juan Celaya (MEX) 421,20; 2. Peter Mai (CAN) 409.85; 3. Nicolas Gracia (ESP) 408.15

plataforma masculina de 10m
Tai Xiaohu, 1. (CHN) 462,90; 2. Huang Bowen (CHN) 457,55; 3. Aidan Heslop (GBR) 390.60

Homens apos 3M Springboard SYNCHRO
1. Yahel Castillo / Juan Celaya (MEX) 405,15; 2. Liu Chengming / Peng Jianfeng (CHN) 391,38; Grayson 3. Campbell / Greg Duncan (EUA) 387,75

SYNCHRO apos plataforma 10m Homens
1. Huang Bowen / Xiaohu, Tai (CHN) 427,92; 2. Gleb Kasianov / Artem Turbin (RUS) 353,52; 3. Zachary Cooper / Jacob Cornish (EUA) 308,94

apos 3M Trampolim Mulheres
1. Chen Yiwen (CHN) 342,90; 2. Hunag Xiaohui (CHN) 337,95; 3. Brooke Schultz (EUA) 312.70

Mulheres apos Plataforma 10m
1. Samantha Bromberg (EUA) 362.10; 2. Jiao Jingjing (CHN) 325.90; 3. Amelia Magana (EUA) 311.40 – Síncrono

de trampolim de 3 m das mulheres;
Chen Yiwen 1. / Chunting Wu (CHN) 310,86; 2. Celine Van Duijn / Inge Jansen (NED) 275,10; 3. Alison Gibson / Krysta Palmer (EUA) 271.89

10m Feminino Platform SYNCHRO
Zhang Xiaotong 1. / Jiao Jingjing de (CHN) 306,12; 2. nova Katrina / Olivia Rosendahl (EUA) 302,46; 3. Stu o In Leong / Sut Chan Leong (MAC) 193,89

2018 Calendário

1 – Rostock (GER) – 23 a 25 de fevereiro
2 – Calgary (CAN) – 10 a 13 de maio
3 – Bolzano (ITA) – 6 a 8 de julho
4 – Madri (ESP) – 13 a 15 de julho
5 – Kuala Lumpur (MAS) – November 9-11
6 – tbc (AUS) – November 15-18
7 – Singapore (SGP) – November 23-25

Federação Internacional de Natação (FINA)
http://fina.org/event/fina-diving-grand-prix-2018

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ORIGINAL
Mexico and the U.S. take gold in Madrid. China continues winning streak
FINA DIVING GRAND PRIX 2018
This weekend’s FINA Diving Grand Prix in Madrid, Spain, was highlighted by the victory of Juan Celaya of Mexico in the men’s 3m springboard.

The Mexican diver took gold with 421.20, while Canada’s Peter Mai (409.85) and Nicolas Gracia (ESP, 408.15) secured the silver and bronze medals.

Celaya, paired with Yahel Castillo, also bagged the synchro 3m gold medal with 427.92, while the Chinese pair Liu CHengming / Peng Jianfeng were second (391.38) and the Americans Campbell / Greg Duncan completed the podium (387.75).

Tai Xiaohu (CHN) was the best in the men’s 10m platform (462.90). He was followed by teammate Huang Bowen (457.55) and Great Britain’s Aidan Heslop (390.60).

In the women’s competition, USA’s Samantha Bromberg took the 10m gold with 362.10, while Jiao Jingjing (CHN) and Amelia Magana (USA) completed the podium in respectively 325.90 and 311.40

However China’s Chen Yiwen and Hunag Xiaohui were the best in the springboard event with respectively 342.90 and 337.95 points. Brooke Schultz (USA) secured the silver at stake in this event (312.70).

 

Chinese pairs Chen Yiwen / Wu Chunting and Zhang Xiaotong / Jiao Jingjing grabbed the victory in both women’s synchronised events.

The Netherlands and Russia were the other two nations to collect a medal this weekend in Madrid, which was hosting the fourth meet of the year from Friday July 13 to Sunday July 15.

After a long break, the Grand Prix will resume in Kuala Lumpur (MAS) on November 9-11 for the fifth meet.

Medallists in Madrid

Men’s 3m springboard
1. Juan Celaya (MEX) 421.20; 2. Peter Mai (CAN) 409.85; 3. Nicolas Gracia (ESP) 408.15

Men’s 10m platform
1. Tai Xiaohu (CHN) 462.90; 2. Huang Bowen (CHN) 457.55; 3. Aidan Heslop (GBR) 390.60

Men’s 3m springboard synchro
1. Yahel Castillo / Juan Celaya (MEX) 405.15; 2. Liu CHengming / Peng Jianfeng (CHN) 391.38; 3. Grayson Campbell / Greg Duncan (USA) 387.75

Men’s 10m platform synchro
1. Huang Bowen / Tai Xiaohu (CHN) 427.92; 2. Gleb Kasianov / Artem Turbin (RUS) 353.52; 3. Zachary Cooper / Jacob Cornish (USA) 308.94

Women’s 3m springboard
1. Chen Yiwen (CHN) 342.90; 2. Hunag Xiaohui (CHN) 337.95; 3. Brooke Schultz (USA) 312.70

Women’s 10m platform
1. Samantha Bromberg (USA) 362.10; 2. Jiao Jingjing (CHN) 325.90; 3. Amelia Magana (USA) 311.40

Women’s 3m springboard synchro
1. Chen Yiwen / Wu Chunting (CHN) 310.86; 2. Celine Van Duijn / Inge Jansen (NED) 275.10; 3. Alison Gibson / Krysta Palmer (USA) 271.89

Women’s 10m platform synchro
1. Zhang Xiaotong / Jiao Jingjing (CHN) 306.12; 2. Katrina Young / Olivia Rosendahl (USA) 302.46; 3. Stu In Leong / Sut CHan Leong (MAC) 193.89

 

2018 Calendar

1 – Rostock (GER) – February 23-25
2 – Calgary (CAN) – May 10-13
3 – Bolzano (ITA) – July 6-8
4 – Madrid (ESP) – July 13-15
5 – Kuala Lumpur (MAS) – November 9-11
6 – tbc (AUS) – November 15-18
7 – Singapore (SGP) – November 23-25

Fonte FINA Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA)