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Diving Canada – WINNIPEG – Alexandre Corriveau and his brother Gabriel Corriveau from Terrebonne, Que., finished 1-2 on men’s 10-m in the 16-18 age group on Sunday to conclude the 2016 Elite Junior National Championships diving competition held at the Pan Am Pool.

Alexandre Corriveau needed to nail his last twisting dive for 8.5’s and 9.0’s to keep his younger brother at bay totalling 525.60. Gabriel Corriveau earned high scores on his first three dives in the final but his last two weren’t as spectacular as he finished with 512.40. Henty McKay of Ottawa was third.

The competition is also a team trial for the FINA World Junior Diving Championships this fall in Russia and both Corriveau’s met the standard.

‘’It’s never happened before that we finish first and second,’’ said Alexandre, 15. ‘’Gabriel wasn’t watching the scoreboard but I knew we were in a battle. It’s a pretty proud moment for us to be on the national junior team together.’’

In the women’s 16-18 tower, Olivia Chamandy of Montreal notched her third gold of the competition with 426.40. Tereza Vithoulkas of Montreal was second at 416.20 and Molly Carlson of Thunder Bay, Ont., third at 389.45.

‘’The 10-m is my best event so it was easy to forget about yesterday,’’ said Chamandy, fourth on three-metre Saturday which ultimately denied her a golden sweep.

In the boys 14-15 age group three-metre, Victor Povzner of Calgary took the gold with Bryden Hattie of Victoria second and Bjorn Markentin of Regina third.

‘’I’m pretty happy although I could have done a bit better,’’ said Povzner, also a silver medallist on one-metre this week. ‘’The highlight was my reverse dive which has been iffy lately but I scored well on it in the final and that made the difference.’’

In the girls 14-15 one-metre, Mia Vallée of Pointe-Claire, Que., collected her third gold of the competition with Margo Erlam of Calgary second and Mélodie Leclerc of Montreal third. Vallée earned personal best scores on both springboards this week.

‘’I accomplished all my goals here this weekend,’’ said Vallée, who is coached by Yi Hua Li, who squeezed in the event and returned to Montreal in time to catch the Olympic diving team’s flight to Rio. ‘’The hard work in training paid off.’’

Award winners at the 2016 Junior Elite Championships

Isabel Warren Award – The award for the best compulsory divers in Girls B and Boys B

          Margo Erlam – Calgary

–          Bryden Hattie – Boardworks

Overall Diver Awards:

–          Girls B – Margo Erlam – Calgary

–          Boys B – Bryden Hattie – Boardworks

–          Girls A – Olivia Chamandy – CAMO

–          Boys A – Alexandre Corriveau – CAMO

National Records:

–          Group A – Mens 1M – Peter Thach Mai – 558.60

–          Girls A/B 3M Synchro – Olivia Chamandy and Mia Vallee – 275.01

More information and results: 2016 Speedo Junior Elite Nationals