Uliana Klueva from Russia defended her silver title (390.05) for the second time as she was vice-champion in the same event 3 years ago. 

Emilia Nilsson Garip (SWE) booked her lead early in the prelims, first headed into the final round with 395.85 points. However, she didn’t manage with the second dive - forward 2 ½ somersaults and finished in third place with 389.45 points

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Home athlete Anna Arnautova, Ukraine, held the lead after the second and third dive but eventually finished the competition on 4th place. Chart of the 12 athletes in the final showed us a close competition for the medals. Kuzina Elizaveta from Russia finished fifth with a deficit of 12 points to the podium. Valeria Antolino of Spain came sixth with 370.10 points overall as Nais Guliet of France and Steffanie Madrigal of Columbia were 7th and 8th, earning 361.70 – 361.05 points respectively.

Jette Muller, the winner said after the race: “I am very grateful for my victory and I am also very thankful. I want to thank my coach and my family for supporting me. The last dive was the most successful for me and the most difficult. I also want to win a medal in 3 meter and synchro in this Championships. This year I won the silver medal in team event in Junior European Championships.” 

Uliana Klueva, silver medallist:” Of course, I'm glad that it ended up with winning a medal, but it is a little pity that it was not enough to win. This is my fourth silver in the world championships, I want to get gold finally. We need to work harder. Tomorrow I will perform in individual 3 meters and in synchronized pair with Elizaveta Kuzina, also from 3 meters springboard.”