The leader after the prelims Dongmin Joung (KOR), with 533.60 points, didn’t manage to keep the pace in the Final with his most difficult dive – 5156 B – forward 2 ½ Somersaults Triple Twist and finished at 11th position.

Danylo Konovalov, Ukraine, the Boys 3 meters springboard winner: «I was hoping to get the medal, I did everything for this and learnt as much as possible in training. In the previous round I did not get only one jump – 307 C - Reverse 3 ½  Somersaults --and I thought that if these points are added to the final score, I will be the one of the medallists. I am very pleased to be the first. I want to dedicate my award to my first coach Valentina Vepryk and to Olena Bezrukova, who is currently coaching me, and all those coaches who are in Kyiv and who have supported and helped».

Kawan FIGUEREDO PEREIRA, Brazil, a Boys 3 meters springboard winner: “I am very happy, it is not my main discipline, because I am a platform diver. But I have some goals here, and I think I achieved one of these. Next will be on platform, I hope. The secret of every diver is calmness, patience and listening to your coach said. I don't mind being the one of the two champions, we both worked hard and deserve it.

 Leonardo GARCIA VARELA, Colombia, A Boys 3 meters springboard bronze medallist: «I have been working very hard for this, I trusted in myself and all the work I have done before. I was not sure, if I get the medal, but I was aiming for this. It was a come back for me since I had an injury before. Returning after an injury and getting a medal are such a great emotions. This is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I was bronze medallist on Panamerican games. Definitely, it is my first medal on world championships.»

Russia, with two divers and Spain were the other 3 nations in the Top 6, as their divers got overall from 500.15 to 484.45 points.

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