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Diving Plongeon Canada – KAZAN, Russia- Olivia Chamandy of Montreal won the bronze medal on women’s one-metre on Wednesday at the FINA World Junior Diving Championships.

It is Canada’s first medal at the world juniors since 2010 when Rio Olympian Pamela Ware also took the bronze on one-metre.

Katherine Torrance took the gold medal in the 16-18 age group with 413.90 points, Tatiana Stepanova of Russia was second at 413.05 and Chamandy earned 399.95. Elaena Dick of Edmonton was also in the final and placed seventh with 390.00

“I was nervous in the final because I had done so well in preliminaries,’’ said Chamandy, 16, second after the morning prelims.  ‘’I didn’t want that pressure to crush me so I really had to keep it together. I really kept the focus on myself and didn’t pay attention to what the other divers were doing.’’

At the 2014 world juniors, Chamandy was fourth on 10-m tower. She is also scheduled to compete here on three-metre synchro and tower.

‘’For me I won’t the let the medal affect me,’’ she said. ‘’A new event is like a new day but there’s no doubt the moment you win medal is a great feeling. The medal is a great prize for all the hours of training you put into the sport.’’

In the girls 14-15 platform, Xia Bingquing of China was the winner with Sofia Lyskun of Ukraine second and Arai Matsuri of Japan third.

Canada had two finalists with Erin Field of Pointe-Claire, Que., seventh and Margo Erlam of Calgary eighth.

Competition continues through to Sunday.

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