China's Chen wins women's 10m platform at FINA World Diving Series

08:36, April 21, 2010      

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China's Chen Ruolin won the gold medal of the women's 10-meter platform final with 403.75 points at the FINA Diving World Series in Mexican city Veracruz on Tuesday.

Mexican "diving princess" Paola Espinosa took the silver with 388.80, while another Chinese Kang Li finished third with 365.15.

It is a total repeat of podium finish of the second stop. During the second stop, held on April 16 to 17 also in Veracruz, Chen beat the Mexican to win the gold medal, and Kang finished the third.

After closing of the second stop of the FINA World Diving Series, FINA decided to celebrate the third and last stop in the same city instead of Sheffield in Britain, because of the air traffic halt in various European countries due to the volcanic ash from Iceland



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