2017 FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS – HIGH DIVING
After round one went off yesterday, rounds 2-4 of the women’s 20m high diving took place on Saturday, with medals on the line.
Germany’s Anna Bader led after round 1, but in the end it was Australia’s Rhiannan Iffland winning the gold medal.
Iffland really took over on the third round and never looked back, totalling a score of 320.70 points. The 25-year-old was the 2016 Cliff Diving World Series champion.
Mexico’s Adriana Jimenez won silver with a score of 308.90, and Belarusian Yana Nestsiarava took bronze with 303.95 after sitting back in 6th after round 1.
Round 3 and 4 of the men’s 27m will go tomorrow. Defending champion Gary Hunt leads after round 2.
Women’s 20m High Dive Final Results
- Rhiannan Iffland, AUS, 320.70
- Adriana Jimenez, MEX, 308.90
- Yana Nestsiarava, BLR, 303.95
- Tara Tira, USA, 299.50
- Anna Bader, GER, 283.40