Moon Na-yoon and Kim Yeong-taek placed 9th in mixed 10m and Woo Haram-Lee Jae-kyung placed 18th in synchronized 3m.

Kim Young-taek and Moon Na-yoon placed ninth in the 10m platform diving mixed synchro at the World Aquatics Championships.

Kim Young-taek and Moon Na-yoon took 9th place out of 14 teams with a total of 256.50 points in the 1st to 5th rounds of the mixed synchro 10m platform diving competition held in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan on the 15th.

Kim Young-taek and Moon Na-yun ran in 4th place until the 2nd period안전놀이터, but after the 3rd period was over, they were pushed back to 10th place and finished the game in 9th place.

Woo Haram and Lee Jae-kyung, who competed side by side in the men’s synchronized 3m springboard preliminaries, were pushed to 18th out of 27 teams with a total of 331.62 points in the 1st to 6th rounds, failing to advance to the final where 12 teams competed.

Woo Haram, who placed ninth in the 1m springboard preliminary round held yesterday (14th), will play the final in this event tomorrow (16th).

On the 19th, they will compete in the 3m springboard preliminaries for the Olympic event and challenge to win a ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics, which will be awarded up to 12th place.

All three gold medals in diving today went to China.

In the mixed synchro 10m platform, Zhang Jia-Wang Peirong (China) scored a total of 339.54 points in the 1st to 5th rounds, comfortably beating Viviana del Angel-Diego Valesa (Mexico) with 313.44 points.

In the women’s 1m springboard final, Linshan (China) scored 318.60 points, beating Li Yaze (306.35 points, China), the gold medalist in this event in Budapest, Hungary last year, by 12.25 points to win the gold medal.

In the men’s synchronized 3m springboard, Wang Zongyuan-Rong Daio (China) scored a total of 456.33 points in the 1st to 6th rounds, defeating Jack Rohr-Anthony Harding (424.62 points, Great Britain) to win the championship.

China, which won 13 gold medals at last year’s Budapest Games, started to dominate this year as well.

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