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Gallantree and Powell impress in final

4 Jun 2010

Rebecca Gallantree and Stacie Powell finished in fourth place in the women’s 10m Synchro after performing excellently in the final.

The British Synchro Team, powered by British Gas, took on tough competition which came in the form of Olympic Champion Chen Ruolin and her synchro partner and World bronze medallist Mun Yee Leong.

Gallantree and Powell scored a total of 322.02 to just miss out on the medals.

Earlier in the competition Tonia Couch finished in eleventh place overall in the women’s 10m Platform and Chris Mears secured a lifetime best score as he qualified for the men’s 3m Springboard semi-final.

Mears scored 424.90 in his prelim but finished in 17th to miss the final. Jack Laugher finished in 31st place in the prelim with a score of 322.60.

Don’t miss your chance to see the country’s best fighting for national honours at the British Gas Diving Championships (incorporating the ASA Senior Championships 2010) in Sheffield. Tickets will be available on the door during the event. Tickets will cost just £2 for the day. For more information on the competition contact helen.jaques@swimming.org

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