Delaney Schnell and Jessica Parratto with their gold medals at the World Aquatics Diving World Cup in Berlin
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Delaney Schnell and Jessica Parratto

NewsDelaney SchnellJessica ParrattoSarah BaconKassidy CookGreg DuncanTyler Downs

U.S. Divers Win Four Medals at World Cup Meet in Berlin

Led by gold medals from two women’s synchronized diving teams, USA Diving came away with four medals at a World Aquatics Diving World Cup meet in Berlin from March 21-24. The U.S. finished the competition with two gold and two bronze.

Sarah Bacon and Kassidy Cook won the women’s synchronized 3-meter gold, with Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell finishing first in the women’s synchronized 10-meter contest.

Bacon added an individual 3-meter bronze, and the men’s synchronized 3-meter team of Tyler Downs and Greg Duncan also scored a third-place finish.

Cook and Bacon finished with 303.21 points for gold in the women’s 3-meter synchro final to pick up their second medal on the 2024 World Cup circuit. Australia’s Maddison Keeney and Annabelle Smith scored 296.73 for silver, with Great Britain’s Scarlett Mew Jensen and Yasmin Harper taking bronze with 295.59 points. Cook and Bacon were second at a World Cup meet in Montreal earlier this month.

Bacon also won her second individual 3-meter World Cup medal this year. After taking silver in Montreal, she finished with 327.75 points for bronze in Berlin. She scored between 63 and 69.75 points on all five dives in the final. China’s Chen Yiwen took gold at 356.40, and Keeney scored 344.75 points for silver.

Sarah Bacon and Kassidy Cook (Photo by Getty Images)

Schnell and Parratto took the 10-meter synchro gold with 306 points. In third place after three rounds, the U.S. pair moved up to first with 72.96 points on their inward 3 ½ somersaults tuck in round four. They held on to the top spot with 75.84 points on their back 2 ½ with 1 ½ twists. Canada’s Caeli McKay and Kate Miller finished with 282.72 points for silver, and Ukraine’s Kseniia Bailo and Sofiia Lyskun taking bronze at 276.36.

Schnell also placed fourth with 326.10 points in the individual women’s 10-meter final, finishing 5.2 points behind McKay, who won bronze. Quan Hongchan won gold with 432.80 points.

Downs and Duncan scored 374.85 points for the 3-meter synchro bronze. In fifth place with one round to go, they scored 75.33 points on their final dive to move up two spots in the final standings. Great Britain’s Jack Laugher and Anthony Harding scored 423.27 for gold, with Italy’s Giovanni Tocci and Lorenzo Marsaglia taking silver at 397.62.

Downs also advanced to the individual men’s 3-meter final and finished 11th with 388.00 points. China’s Wang Zongyuan won gold at 505.90.

Zach Cooper and Max Flory finished fourth with 379.62 points in men’s synchronized 10-meter contest won by Great Britain’s Tom Daley and Noah Williams with 465.00 points.

Cooper and Brandon Loschiavo both advanced to the men’s 10-meter final. Zach Cooper scored 440.25 for fourth, with Brandon Loschiavo taking fifth with 435.55 points. China’s Jian Lunjie scored 542.55 points for gold.

Up next on the World Aquatics Diving World Cup circuit is the Super Final, which is set for April 19-21 in Xian, China.

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