New Canadian diving duo Nathan Zsombor-Murray, Rylan Wiens gain entire world bronze

New Canadian diving duo Nathan Zsombor-Murray, Rylan Wiens gain entire world bronze


It may be the beginning of a gorgeous diving partnership.

New Canadian duo Nathan Zsombor-Murray and Rylan Wiens, with few teaching periods jointly, racked up 417.12 points in excess of 6 dives to get paid a bronze medal in the men’s 10-metre system synchro closing on Tuesday at the globe aquatics championships.

Earlier this thirty day period, they stood atop the podium following a 436.56-place effectiveness at the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Calgary.

“Synchronized diving comes very easily to us,” Zsombor-Murray of Pointe-Claire, Que., explained to reporters in Calgary. “We’re both of those powerful as unique competition, so when we dive collectively, anything flows well.”

The Canadians held a 20.85-level lead about Kirill Boliukh and Oleksii Sereda of Ukraine moving into their remaining dive in Budapest, Hungary, and amassed 79.68 details on again 2 ½ somersaults 1 ½ twists to protected bronze immediately after their opponent posted the equivalent score.

China’s Lian Junjie and Yang Hao led from the outset of the levels of competition, gathering 467.79 factors, with Matthew Lee and Noah Williams capturing silver (427.71).

Very last summer season in Tokyo, Zsombor-Murray and Wiens positioned 13th and 19, respectively, in their 1st Olympics. They began operating jointly in Japan in apply following Vincent Riendeau, Zsombor-Murray’s synchro companion, injured his back again training at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.

Luckily, Riendeau was capable to dive and placed fifth with Zsombor-Murray in the synchro tower prior to they ended their diving partnership right after two decades, with the former retiring to concentrate on his college experiments in electrical engineering at Polytechnique Montreal.

“As before long as we did that [practice] session, we viewed the online video and we’re like ‘Yeah, Okay, nicely following yr, after we variety of get paired up collectively, this is likely to be a matter. We’re anticipating this,”‘ Wiens of Saskatoon claimed just lately.

“The objective is an Olympic medal in 2024.”

Action continues Wednesday at 2 a.m. ET with the women’s open water 10-kilometre final, followed by the men’s 10 km closing at 6 a.m.

Diving can take centre stage at 8:30 a.m. with the 10m team function ultimate, adopted by the women’s 3-metre springboard synchro last at 1 p.m.

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