2019 FINA Diving World Series

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The 2019 FINA Diving World Series, also known as the FINA/CNSG Diving World Series for sponsorship reasons, took place from 1 March to 19 May 2019. It was the tenth edition of the FINA-sanctioned invitational series, and included five events across three continents.[1]

Calendar[edit]

The calendar for the 2019 series was announced by FINA in July 2018.[2]

Date Location
March 1–3 Japan Sagamihara
March 7–9 China Beijing
April 26–28 Canada Montreal
May 10–12 Russia Kazan
May 17–19 United Kingdom London

Event 1: Japan Sagamihara[edit]

The first event took place at the Sagamihara Green Pool in Sagamihara, Japan from 1–3 March.[3]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)102113
2 Canada (CAN)0325
3 Russia (RUS)0213
4 Great Britain (GBR)0134
5 Mexico (MEX)0101
 North Korea (PRK)0101
7 Australia (AUS)0022
8 Japan (JPN)0011
Totals (8 nations)10101030

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Xie Siyi (CHN)  Cao Yuan (CHN)  Jack Laugher (GBR)
10m Platform  Yang Jian (CHN)  Tom Daley (GBR)  Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Cao Yuan (CHN)
 Xie Siyi (CHN)
 Jahir Ocampo (MEX)
 Rommel Pacheco (MEX)
 Jack Laugher (GBR)
 Daniel Goodfellow (GBR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Cao Yuan (CHN)
 Chen Aisen (CHN)
 Viktor Minibaev (RUS)
 Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)
 Domonic Bedggood (AUS)
 Declan Stacey (AUS)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Shi Tingmao (CHN)  Wang Han (CHN)  Jennifer Abel (CAN)
10m Platform  Zhang Jiaqi (CHN)  Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)  Ren Qian (CHN)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Shi Tingmao (CHN)
 Wang Han (CHN)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu (CAN)
 Anabelle Smith (AUS)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Zhang Jiaqi (CHN)
 Lu Wei (CHN)
 Kim A-rim (PRK)
 Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
 Caeli McKay (CAN)
 Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 François Imbeau-Dulac (CAN)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 Grace Reid (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Si Yajie (CHN)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)
 Yulia Timoshinina (RUS)
 Minami Itahashi (JPN)
 Kazuki Murakami (JPN)

Event 2: China Beijing[edit]

The second event took place at the Beijing National Aquatics Center in Beijing, China from 7–9 March.[4]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)104014
2 Russia (RUS)0213
3 Canada (CAN)0156
4 Australia (AUS)0112
5 Mexico (MEX)0101
 North Korea (PRK)0101
7 Great Britain (GBR)0033
Totals (7 nations)10101030

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Cao Yuan (CHN)  Xie Siyi (CHN)  Jack Laugher (GBR)
10m Platform  Yang Jian (CHN)  Chen Aisen (CHN)  Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Cao Yuan (CHN)
 Xie Siyi (CHN)
 Jahir Ocampo (MEX)
 Rommel Pacheco (MEX)
 Philippe Gagné (CAN)
 François Imbeau-Dulac (CAN)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Chen Aisen (CHN)
 Cao Yuan (CHN)
 Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)
 Viktor Minibaev (RUS)
 Domonic Bedggood (AUS)
 Declan Stacey (AUS)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Wang Han (CHN)  Shi Tingmao (CHN)  Jennifer Abel (CAN)
10m Platform  Zhang Jiaqi (CHN)  Ren Qian (CHN)  Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Wang Han (CHN)
 Shi Tingmao (CHN)
 Anabelle Smith (AUS)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
 Grace Reid (GBR)
 Katherine Torrance (GBR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Lu Wei (CHN)
 Zhang Jiaqi (CHN)
 Kim A-rim (PRK)
 Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
 Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)
 Caeli McKay (CAN)

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 François Imbeau-Dulac (CAN)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 Grace Reid (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Si Yajie (CHN)
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)
 Yulia Timoshinina (RUS)
 Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)
 Nathan Zsombor-Murray (CAN)

Event 3: Canada Montreal[edit]

The third event took place in at Montreal Olympic Pool in Montreal, Canada from 26–28 April.[5]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)83314
2 Great Britain (GBR)1304
3 North Korea (PRK)1113
4 Canada (CAN)0213
5 Mexico (MEX)0112
6 Australia (AUS)0022
7 Russia (RUS)0011
 United States (USA)0011
Totals (8 nations)10101030

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Xie Siyi (CHN)  Jack Laugher (GBR)  Cao Yuan (CHN)
10m Platform  Tom Daley (GBR)  Yang Jian (CHN)  Yang Hao (CHN)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Cao Yuan (CHN)
 Xie Siyi (CHN)
 Jahir Ocampo (MEX)
 Rommel Pacheco (MEX)
 Andrew Capobianco (USA)
 Michael Hixon (USA)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Matty Lee (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
 Andres Isaac Villarreal Tudon (MEX)
 Kevin Berlin Reyes (MEX)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Wang Han (CHN)  Shi Tingmao (CHN)  Maddison Keeney (AUS)
10m Platform  Lu Wei (CHN)  Si Yajie (CHN)  Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Wang Han (CHN)
 Shi Tingmao (CHN)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu (CAN)
 Anabelle Smith (AUS)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
 Caeli McKay (CAN)
 Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)
 Lu Wei (CHN)
 Zhang Jiaqi (CHN)

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 Grace Reid (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 François Imbeau-Dulac (CAN)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Si Yajie (CHN)
 Hyon Il-myong (PRK)
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)
 Yulia Timoshinina (RUS)

Event 4: Russia Kazan[edit]

The fourth event took place at Kazan Aquatics Palace in Kazan, Russia from 10–12 May.[6]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)53311
2 North Korea (PRK)1203
3 Australia (AUS)1102
4 Great Britain (GBR)1034
5 Canada (CAN)1012
 Ukraine (UKR)1012
7 Russia (RUS)0415
8 Mexico (MEX)0011
Totals (8 nations)10101030

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Jack Laugher (GBR)  Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS)  Peng Jianfeng (CHN)
10m Platform  Yang Hao (CHN)  Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)  Tom Daley (GBR)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Oleh Kolodiy (UKR)
 Oleksandr Horshkovozov (UKR)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)
 Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS)
 Juan Celaya-Hernandez (MEX)
 Yahel Castillo (MEX)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)
 Viktor Minibaev (RUS)
 Matty Lee (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Jennifer Abel (CAN)  Lin Shan (CHN)  Chang Yani (CHN)
10m Platform  Kim Mi-rae (PRK)  Zhang Minjie (CHN)  Chen Yuxi (CHN)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Lin Shan (CHN)
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 Anabelle Smith (AUS)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
 Viktoriya Kesar (UKR)
 Hanna Pysmenska (UKR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Yuan Haoyan (CHN)
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Ekaterina Beliaeva (RUS)
 Yulia Timoshinina (RUS)

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Domonic Bedggood (AUS)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
 Chen Yiwen (CHN)
 Tai Xiaohu (CHN)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
 Grace Reid (GBR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Duan Yu (CHN)
 Zhang Minjie (CHN)
 Hyon Il-myong (PRK)
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Vincent Riendeau (CAN)
 Caeli McKay (CAN)

Event 5: United Kingdom London[edit]

The fifth event took place at London Aquatics Centre in London, Great Britain from 17–19 May.[7]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)54110
2 Great Britain (GBR)3126
3 Australia (AUS)2103
4 North Korea (PRK)0213
5 Canada (CAN)0123
 Russia (RUS)0123
7 Malaysia (MAS)0011
 Ukraine (UKR)0011
Totals (8 nations)10101030

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Jack Laugher (GBR)  Daniel Goodfellow (GBR)  Wang Zongyuan (CHN)
10m Platform  Yang Hao (CHN)  Lian Junjie (CHN)  Tom Daley (GBR)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Wang Zongyuan (CHN)
 Wu Luxian (CHN)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)
 Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS)
 Oleksandr Horshkovozov (UKR)
 Oleh Kolodiy (UKR)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Tom Daley (GBR)
 Matty Lee (GBR)
 Lian Junjie (CHN)
 Yang Hao (CHN)
 Viktor Minibaev (RUS)
 Aleksandr Bondar (RUS)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
3m Springboard  Maddison Keeney (AUS)  Jennifer Abel (CAN)  Nur Dhabitah Sabri (MAS)
10m Platform  Chen Yuxi (CHN)  Zhang Minjie (CHN)  Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
 Anabelle Smith (AUS)
 Chang Yani (CHN)
 Lin Shan (CHN)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu (CAN)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Yuan Haoyan (CHN)
 Chen Yuxi (CHN)
 Kim Mi-rae (PRK)
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Eden Cheng (GBR)
 Lois Toulson (GBR)

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Synchronised
3m Springboard
 Grace Reid (GBR)
 Tom Daley (GBR)
 Maddison Keeney (AUS)
 Domonic Bedggood (AUS)
 Jennifer Abel (CAN)
 François Imbeau-Dulac (CAN)
Synchronised
10m Platform
 Zhang Minjie (CHN)
 Duan Yu (CHN)
 Jo Jin-mi (PRK)
 Hyon Il-myong (PRK)
 Yulia Timoshinina (RUS)
 Nikita Shleikher (RUS)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FINA Diving World Series: Media Book 2018" (PDF). FINA. Retrieved 28 Feb 2019.
  2. ^ "FINA/CNSG DWS 2019 - hosts and dates revealed". FINA. Retrieved 28 Feb 2019.
  3. ^ "FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 #1 Sagamihara (JPN)". FINA. Retrieved 28 Feb 2019.
  4. ^ "FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 #2 Beijing (CHN)". FINA. Retrieved 3 Mar 2019.
  5. ^ "FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 #3 Montreal (CAN)". FINA. Retrieved 9 Mar 2019.
  6. ^ "FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 #4 Kazan (RUS)". FINA. Retrieved 29 Apr 2019.
  7. ^ "FINA/CNSG Diving World Series 2019 #5 London (GBR)". FINA. Retrieved 29 Apr 2019.

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