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FINA 2009 World Championships Swimming - Day 3 Morning Session

David Davies took five seconds off the 800m Freestyle British record as the British Gas swimming team secured one final and three semi-final places after strong performances through the heat session. Davies took to heat four alongside Italian Federico Colbertaldo and Robert Hurley (Australia) and was looking to post a quick time to reach the final next day.

The Olympic silver medallist dominated the first half of his race but as the race entered the final 400m Colbertaldo began to close in on the British Gas swimmer. Davies showed his strength in the final 100m as he touched in a time of 7:45.89 to knock five seconds off his own British record time and qualified in fourth place for the final.

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FINA 2009 World Championships

Diving events 17 – 25 July 2009

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European Junior Diving Championships 2009 - Round Up

1 to 5 July 2009 - Budapest

The British Gas junior diving team returned from Budapest achieving their target of two medals; Hannah Starling and Saffron Sutcliffe (both City of Leeds) won silver in the Girls’ 3m synchro event, and Jack Haslam (City of Sheffield) earned a bronze on the 3m board with a new P.B. of 436.25.

With 10 out of the 12 divers achieving a top-eight position the team performed very well and managed an impressive 21 finals out of 22 events. The British Gas team finished 5th in the overall medal table, one place off their targeted fourth.

ASA National Age Group Diving Championships 2009 - Day 3

Final dives proved to be decisive on the last day in Leeds, as several events were taken to nail-biting conclusions. In the Boys Group D 1m, eventual winner Charlie Minns (Albatross DC) was in a convincing lead going into his fifth and final dive but he dropped his back one and half somersault in pike position to leave him with a score of 150.90. But, despite some good final dives, second placed Martin Christensen (Cambridge Dive Team) and Hal Watts (Albatross DC) were unable to close the gap.

ASA National Age Group Diving Championships 2009 - Day 2

Nine-year-old Luke Kennedy made the second day as successful as the first as he took gold in the Boys Group E 1m, to add to his 3m title from Day 1. His programme, which included a forward one and a half somersault in tucked position, gave him a score of 108.65, well ahead of his Southampton DA competitors, silver medal winner Brandon Foster (88.75) and bronze medallist William Osborne (87.45).

In the Girls Group E 1m event Abbey Douglas was able to overhaul her Plymouth Diving team-mates with a score of 88.95 to add the gold medal to the silver she had secured in the 3m.

Charlie Wood of Plymouth Diving put in an impressive display to finish nearly 25 points of his nearest rival in the Boys Group A Platform. Wood’s sixth dive, an inward two and half somersault in tucked position, scored 51.30 with the judges and put him out of reach of the rest of the field.

ASA National Age Group Diving Championships 2009 - Day 1

3 to 5 July 2009 - Leeds

Honours were shared on the first day with golds for City of Leeds DC, Crystal Palace DC, Cambridge Dive Team, Plymouth Diving and Southampton DA as divers aged from 8-18 years took to the springboard and platforms.

In the Girls Group D 1m, Crystal Palace DC swept the board, taking seven of the top eight places in the 19-strong field. Jemma Stephensen edged out team mates Katherine Torrance and Jessica Royes with some consistent scoring midway through her programme for her back, reverse and inward dives.

While it was up to Plymouth Diving club to fight out the top three spots in the Girls Group E 3m. It was Eloise King who with a score of 94.35 who took first place ahead of Abbey Douglas and Jessica Lidstone.

European Junior Diving Championships 2009 - Day 2

1 to 5 July 2009 - Budapest

A successful day for the British Gas team saw Jack Haslam take the bronze medal in the Boys’ Group B 3m event after a consistent performance that earned him a new P.B. of 436.25. Another Personal Best was on the cards for British Gas team as Rachel Holland’s 321.80 points landed her just 0.4 away from the medals in the Girls’ B Platform. In the same event Georgia Wingrove secured 6th place, only 4 points off a medal with a P.B. of 318 points.

Oliver Dingley finished 7th in the 1m Boys A final with a score of 459.45 and James Milton also finished 7th in the Boys B 3m final.

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European Junior Diving Championships 2009

1 to 5 July 2009 - Budapest

Day 1
Saffron Sutcliffe and Hannah Starling (both City of Leeds) won the British Gas Junior Diving team’s first medal. Competing in the first event of the competition, the girl’s 3m Synchro, they took on some of Europe’s top diving nations and came away with the silver medal after an impressive performance.

They were beaten by the Russian duo after they scored 284.90 points and the British Gas pair secured a score of 255.09 with a number of consistent dives.The bronze medal was won by Greece with 253.98.

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British Elite Junior Diving Championships 2009


Four Plymouth youngsters - Shanice Lobb, Kayleigh Sinclair, Matthew Dixon and Emma Barrow - showed that they could be the next crop of city divers to follow in the footsteps of international stars Tom Daley, Tonia Couch, Brooke Graddon and Sarah Barrow.

Lobb and Sinclair both picked up two bronze medals, while Dixon collected a silver and Emma Barrow a bronze. Dixon took second in the one-metre event in his age group and came fourth in the platform and three-metre events. Barrow, the younger sister of Sarah, came third in the girls' A platform event.

Aachen International Youth Diving Competition 2009

7 to 10 May 2009 - Lambertz Printenspringen, Aachen, Germany

The British Gas Junior Diving Team competing at the 22nd Internationales Lambertz-Springen have taken two medals throughout the event.

James Milton (City of Sheffield) stormed to gold in the men’s 10m Platform final. The young diver is also current European Junior Champion and he continued his run of good form into this meet with a total score of 417.65.

AT&T USA Diving Grand Prix 2009 - Day 3

Tom Daley has secured his first international gold medal of 2009 after storming to an impressive victory in the men’s 10m Platform at the FINA Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale.

The British Gas Diving squad member found himself going head-to-head with Olympic silver medallist Luxin Zhou and 2008 World Cup Champion Sascha Klein in the 10m Platform final. Daley started the final well with scores of 9s and 9.5s and entered the second round just behind Klein.

View a perfect dive for Tom Daley at the US Fina Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale (1m 39s flashplayer required to view)