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Torrance and Reid combine for 3m Synchro gold

Katherine Torrance and Grace Reid won their second titles of the 2017 British National Cup in the 3m Synchro.

The pair had already finished first and second respectively in the individual 1m, while Reid won Mixed 3m Synchro gold with Tom Daley on the opening day.

City of Sheffield’s 2015 British champions Millie Haffety and Millie Fowler made a fight of the final, posting a score of 269.82.

But City of Leeds’ Torrance and Edinburgh Diving’s Reid had the edge in the final two rounds, ultimately finishing on 274.05 for the title.

“We’ve only had four training sessions together, so really not that much. But we gave it a bash and it went pretty well,” said Torrance.

Women’s 3m Synchro Results

1Grace Reid & Katherine Torrance
(Edinburgh Diving & City of Leeds)
2Millie Haffety & Millie Fowler
(City of Sheffield)
3Maria Papworth & Scarlett Mew Jensen
(Dive London)
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Dive London’s Maria Papworth and Scarlett Mew Jensen won bronze, scoring 249.48.

Dixon and Williams claim Platform Synchro title

Matthew Dixon and Noah Williams were the only pair in the Men’s Platform Synchro. Competing together for the first time, the duo scored 391.86.

Men’s Platform Synchro Results

1Matthew Dixon & Noah Williams
(Plymouth Diving & Dive London)
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Image credit: British Swimming