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Diving Canada – MONTREAL-  Kathryn Grant and Kate Miller, both of Ottawa, Nathan Zsombor-Murray of Pointe-Claire, Que., and Benjamin Tessier of Blainville, Que., and were crowned the first four champions on Friday at the 2016 Speedo Junior Development Nationals diving competition.

The competition features competition in the C category (12-13 years-old) and D category (11 and under).

On first 12-13 one-metre, Grant won a heated battle for gold with 293.20 points. Julia Parybak of London, Ont., was second at 293.20 and Sadie Howard of North Vancouver third at 292.35.

‘’I’m extremely proud of my performance,’’ said Grant. ‘’I was especially pleased with my front double pike because it hadn’t been going so well lately in training but today in competition I did it really well. The big adjustment was getting my timing on take-off.’’

In the boys 12-13 three-metre, Zsombor-Murray dominated the competition with 423.40 points.  Thomas Ciprik of Calgary was second at 384.60 and Carson Paul of Victoria third at 366.05.

‘’I’m pretty surprised to win by such a large margin,’’ said Zsombor-Murray.

In the boys 11 and under three-metre, Tessier took the title with 340.65, a national record for the age group.  Olivier Gauthier of Montreal was second at 306.60 and Matt Cullen of Blainville third at 287.75.

‘’I’m happy with my gold medal but even more pleased with the record because that was my goal this year,’’ said Tessier.

In the girls 11 and under one-metre, the top three finishers were Miller and Julianne Boisvert and Jordane Legault both of Blainville.

Competition continues through to Sunday.

Full info: Junior Development Nationals