Tyler Humphreys stars at 8 Nations in NorwayMarch 19, 2018
Tyler Humphreys won 1m gold as the British Junior Diving team scooped six medals at the 8 Nations Diving Meet in Kristiansand, Norway.
The Dive London diver walked away with a hat-trick of medals from the meet, while English pair Maria Papworth (Dive London) and Victoria Vincent (Plymouth Diving) also won gold in the 3m Synchro.
Humphreys claimed gold in the Group B age group, scoring 386.70 to beat Sweden’s Elias Peterson (369.55) with British and English teammate Ben Cutmore (Dive London) taking bronze on 354.25.
Humphreys also took a silver medal in the 3m event, scoring 406.60, before teaming up with Cutmore to take second spot in the 3m synchro.
The English pair scored 264.45 to finish more than 18 points behind the victorious Spanish duo of Matthew Wade and Adrian Abadia on 282.90.
Papworth and Vincent impress on synchronised debut
Papworth and Vincent were impressive in their first competition together as they took the title by more than 16 points in the 3m Synchro.
The all-English pair scored 252.78, defending the title Papworth won with Scarlett Mew Jensen in Bourg-en-Bresse 12 months ago.
Maria and Vicky take Gold in Girls 3m Synchro at #8nationspic.twitter.com/pokvZ5CRBZ
— Dive London (@DIVELondon) March 17, 2018
The other British medal won in Norway was claimed by Anthony Harding.
The City of Leeds diver, who won the 1m, 3m and 3m Synchro hat-trick at last year’s British Junior Elite Championships, finished third in the Group A 3m.
Harding scored 518.80, joining Abadia (549.30) and Wade (533.10) on the podium. Leeds teammate Crompton was seventh on 465.40.
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