Sascha Klein takes home the men’s 10m synchro platform title in the Arena European Diving Championships

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  • Sascha Klein takes home the men’s 10m synchro platform title in the Arena European Diving Championships

Sascha Klein takes home the men’s 10m synchro platform title in the Arena European Diving Championships

 

Sascha Klein of Germany has grabbed the men’s 10m synchro platform title at the Arena European Diving Championships in Turin, Italy.

The 2008 Olympic silver medallist won the race with a total score of 515.05, and retained his 2010 men’s title. Patrick Hausding of Germany took home the silver medal with 506.10 points, while Oleksandr Bondar of Ukraine clinched the bronze medal with a total score of 493.95.

Due to this victory, Klein has successfully achieved the second quota place for the London Olympic 2012.

The 25 year old, Sascha Klien is the most competitive diver of Germany. Many Germans have high expectations from him regarding the next year London Olympics.

In the meantime, Tania Cagnotto won the third title on the troll in the women’s 3m synchro springboard with her teammate Francesca Dallape on Sunday in Turin, Italy.

They grabbed 320.40 points in this race, while Nadezda Bazhina-Svetlana Philippova of Russian finished second with a total score of 317.13.

After snaring the women’s 3m synchro springboard title, the gorgeous Italian diver, Cagnotto disclosed, “Naturally I'm happy, even though I failed to win the 3m springboard title, but I gained three medals again just like two years ago in Turin. The crowd here is just fantastic!”

In the medal table, Russia is still on top with 3 gold, 5 silver, and 2 bronze medals. Germany retains the second place in the championships with 3 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze medals, while Italy is on the third place with 3 golds and 1 bronze.

The Swedish diving team has the fourth spot with 1 gold and 1 bronze. Ukraine’s diving team is on the fifth place with 1 gold and 1 silver medal, while French diving team retains the sixth place with 2 bronze medals in the Arena European Diving Championships in Turin, Italy.

Meanwhile, the legendary diver of Italy, Klaus Dibiasi said that he would really like to appreciate the role of the volunteers in Turin, Italy. They were truly professional, dedicated, sincere and gracious with their jobs in Turin, Italy.

He further added the crowd was just fantastic and unbelievable. It was a huge rush of the people in Turin. We had to turn down many tickets over there.

Moreover, Dibiasi disclosed that it’s really been a great honour for them to organise the Arena European Championships yet again with great dedications and success.

Most importantly, the arrangements were really remarkable and admirable as compared to the previous two years.

Dibiasi won three gold medals on the trot in the 1968, 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games.

Besides, he had won 2 gold medals in the 1973 and 1975 World Championships.

 

 

 

 

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