China's diving pair pocket first gold at 14th FINA World Championships

09:46, July 17, 2011      

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Wu Minxia (3rd R) and He Zi (4th R) of China, Emilie Heymans (2nd L) and Jennifer Abel (1st L) of Canada, Anabelle Smith (2nd R) and Sharleen Stratton (1st R) of Australia pose for a group photo at the awarding ceremony of the women's 3m synchronized springboard diving event at the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai, east China, July 16, 2011. Wu Minxia and He Zi of China claimed the title with 356.40 points. Emilie Heymans and Jennifer Abel of Canada won the silver medal with 313.50 points. Anabelle Smith and Sharleen Stratton of Australia won the bronze medal with 306.90 points. (Xinhua/Pei Xin)

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