Recap | Diving World Cup 2024 - Berlin

Published Mon 25 Mar 2024

The Australian Diving Team collected four medals at the Diving World Cup in Berlin, in another successful outing for our divers on the path to Paris.

Maddison Keeney added two silver medals to an already impressive season haul, which includes a host of medals won at the World Aquatics Championships and Diving World Cup in Montreal.

In the Women’s 3-Metre Springboard, Keeney improved upon her fourth-place result from Montreal, finishing second with consistent performances across both the preliminaries and final. Her 344.75 score in the final was 11.65 points behind gold medallist Yiwen Chen (CHN).

Keeney and her diving partner Anabelle Smith also improved on the bronze they won in Montreal, winning silver in the Women’s 3-Metre Synchronised. The Rio Olympic medallists have achieved a top three result at every international event they’ve attended this season and their score of 296.73 trailed the USA gold medallists by a mere 6.48 points.

Cassiel Rousseau won two bronze medals across the weekend, firstly in the Men’s 10-Metre Platform where he achieved a score of 476.90.

In the Men’s 10-Metre Synchro, Rousseau partnered with Domonic Bedggood to score 402.57 for a bronze medal result.

There were also a further four top-12 results achieved by the team across the weekend with Brittany O’Brien finishing seventh in the Women’s 3-Metre Springboard and Emily Meaney 12th in the Women’s 10-Metre Platform. In the Men’s 3-Metre Springboard, Shixin Li finished seventh while Kurtis Mathews was 10th.

In other results Nikita Hains finished 13th in the Women’s 10-Metre Platform and Jaxon Bowshire was 15th in the Men’s 10-Metre Platform.

Visit the World Aquatics website for a full list of results