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Diving Canada – KAZAN, Russia – Olivia Chamandy of Montreal emerged from an epic battle on women’s 10-m tower to win the bronze medal in the 16-18 age group Saturday at the FINA World Junior Diving Championships.

Less than a point separated the top-three.
Elena Wassen of Germany won the gold medal with 430.70 points, Lois Toulson of Britain was second at 430.40 and Chamandy followed at 429.80.
It was Chamandy’s second medal of the competition. Earlier this week she was also third on one-metre.
‘’I feel really happy because I really wanted that second medal,’’ said Chamandy, 16. ‘’With only one point between the top-three I was really going for it. All week at this competition, I wasn’t holding back on anything.’’
The highlight for Chamandy was her last dive, a back two and half somersaults with one and half twists on which she earned four 8.0’s from the seven judges. It was the toughest dive on her list.
‘’After I landed it, I wasn’t sure how good it was,’’ she said. ‘’I actually thought it wasn’t that good but when I saw it on the replay it was way better than I thought.’’
Tereza Vithoulkas of Montreal was 21st.
On boys 14-15 three-metre Bryden Hattie of Victoria was 19th and Victor Povzner of Maple, Ont., 21st.
Competition ends Sunday.