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Masters divers land medal hat-trick in Kazan

Masters divers enjoyed medal success at the FINA World Masters Championships 2015 last week with Jenni Cluskey, Joan Aldous and Peter Jewell winning a hat-trick of medals in Kazan.

Cluskey won gold in the 65-69yrs Platform event scoring a total of 153.60 points over five dives.

The Southend Diving Club athlete posted her highest score of the event with her penultimate Front Dive 1/2 Twist (39.60).

Cluskey also won silver medals in the 65-69yrs 3m springboard and 1m Springboard events, scoring 185.20 and 172.30 respectively.

It was triple silver for Aldous in the 75-79yrs age-group. The Southend-on-Sea diver posted her highest score of the championships in the 3m Springboard, winning silver with 99.80 points after four dives.

Aldous also claimed silver in the 1m Springboard with 96.85 points and in the Platform event with 92.60 points.

Peter Jewell scoops hat-trick of medals

In the Men’s events, Dacorum Diving Club’s Jewell won silver in the 65-69yrs 1m Springboard and Platform events, scoring 191.75 and 165.85 respectively.

While, in the 65-69yrs 3m Springboard, Jewell won bronze in his highest score of the competition, 208.95 after six dives.

In the same event he posted his best scored for an individual dive with 42.00 for a Back Dive 1/2 Twist.

  • Click here to view full results from the FINA World Masters Championships 2015 in Kazan.