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Commonwealth medals for Laugher and Dingley

31 July 2014

England divers Jack Laugher and Oliver Dingley secured 3m Springboard silver and bronze on the second day of competition at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Laugher - who won 1m Springboard gold yesterday – led the field until dropping points on his penultimate dive to finish with a total score of 449.70 behind Malaysian Ooi Tze Liang (457.60).

Dingley gave a solid performance to win his first Commonwealth Games medal with a total score of 425.20 points for bronze.

British medallists on day eight in Glasgow

SILVER

  • Jack Laugher (England) – 3m Springboard – 449.70

BRONZE

  • Oliver Dingley (England) – 3m Springboard – 425.20

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