Matthieu Rosset and Jun Wu shine in Bolzano: FINA Diving Grand Prix 2011
The 2011 FINA Diving Grand Prix ended with many impressive performances of the divers at Bolzano in Italy, June 10-12.
Initially, the men’s 3m spring-board crown was taken over by the French diver, Matthieu Rosset with a victorious score of 457.10, while Zhiyi Sun of China snared silver title with a total score of 455.40 and Julian Sanchez of Mexico captured bronze medal
with 442.80 points.
After winning the 3m spring-board title, Rosset was immensely excited and pleased with his individual performance in the completion.
He claimed that it was really a close match, but the persistency and determination kept him moving alongside his way, successfully.
In another diving final, Jun Wu of Chin took home the golden crown in the men’s 10m plat-form final with a winning score of 511.95, while Ivan Garcia of Mexico wound up second with a total score of 480.70 and Yang Linguang of China earned third place honours
with 480.45 points.
Afterward, the men’s 3m spring-board synchro final held at Bolzano, wherein the pair of Damien Cely and Matthieu Rosset of France claimed gold medal with a sterling score of 391.44. Meanwhile, Nicola Marconi and Tommaso Marconi of Italy earned silver with
a total score of 371.82 and their teammates Michele Benedetti and Tommaso Rinaldi rounded out the top three with 363.51 points.
Last, but not the least, the men’s 10m plat-form crown was clinched by another Chinese divining pair, including Hong Ying and Yang Liguang with a winning score of 464.34.
Placing second in the corresponding diving event was the Mexican diver pair, Ivan Garcia and German Sanchez with a total score of 419.52, while Timofei Hordeichik and Vadim Kaptur (BLR) earned third place honours with a total score of 403.14.
Meanwhile, the women’s diving events have yet to be held to be taken place at Bolzano, Italy. They will be consisted of women’s 3m spring-board, 10m plat-form, 3m spring-board synchro and finally 10m plat-form synchro.
Let’s see, who will keep up her reputations in these competitive diving events in Italy.