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Divers sign off from Turin

Hannah Starling and Grace Reid finished in fifth place in the 3m Synchro on the final day of the European Diving Championships in Turin.

Starling and Reid scored an average of seven throughout the competition and in a field full of world class athletes secured their top five finish with a score of 275.49.

Max Brick secured eighth place in the men’s 10m Platform with a performance that saw him sat in fifth place as the competition entered the final round.

Brick concluded his competition with the Front 4 ½ Somersaults tucked and dropped marks for a splashy entrance to the water and took eighth with a score of 432.95. Callum Johnstone took 14th place with 384.86.

Earlier in the competition fifteen year old Starling took to the boards in the 3m Springboard final against some of Europes best seniors divers and put in a promising performance.

Starling scored consistently throughout the competition and finished the final round with a total score of 284.60.

Her score is a new personal best score by 18 points which shows Starling is continuing her transition to senior diving. Chloe Hurd finished 22nd overall in the prelims with a score of 212.80.

In the 1m Springboard Starling finished 14th with a total of 226.10 and Hurd took 17th in 214.10.

Callum Johnstone and Matthew Roberts finished in ninth place in the 10m Synchro with a score of 360.36.

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