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Daley and Reid land second World Series silver

Tom Daley and Grace Reid won a silver medal by the narrowest of margins at the second leg of the FINA Diving World Series in Japan.

In their final action before the Commonwealth Games in Australia next month, the duo finished on 299.25 points in the mixed 3m synchro event.

That put them 0.15 points ahead of Russia’s third-placed pair of Nikita Shleikher and Nadezhda Bazhina on the final day of the competition in Fuji.

Daley and Reid were third heading into the final dive but scored 69.75 to give them second place as the Russians could only score 68.40.

China’s Li Zheng and Wang Han took the gold medal with a score of 328.5.

The result gave Daley and Reid their second silver of the 2018 World Series, having finished second at the opening leg in Beijing.

Daley and Goodfellow fourth in 10m Synchro

In the men’s 10m synchro, Daley and Daniel Goodfellow missed out on a place on the podium as they finished fourth.

The duo’s score of 379.8 was 21 points behind Ukraine’s Maksym Dolgov and Oleksandr Gorshkovozov, who took the bronze medal with a score of 410.46.

There was further disappointment for Goodfellow as he missed out on the men’s 3m springboard final, placing 10th on 388.85.

In the mixed 10m synchronised, Lois Toulson and Matty Lee finished fifth on 303.18. They were 15 points behind third place.

Lee narrowly failed to reach the men’s 10m platform final, finishing seventh on 430.60.

The next round of the FINA Diving World Series takes place in Montreal, Canada, on 27-29 April

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