FINA Communication Department

Japanese divers stood out this weekend in Singapore (SIN) on the occasion of the FINA Diving Grand Prix, as the 2016 edition came to an end on Sunday November 6.

Hazuki Miyamoto and Nana Sasaki set the tone for Japan after winning the women's 3m and 10m with 281.40 and 318.90 points respectively. The men's 10m title was also pocketed by Japan with Reo Nishida (409.00).

Home favourites Joshua James Chong/Ashlee Tanthe were the second highest scorer in the 3m mixed event, while Japan's Hazuki Miyamoto/Reo Nishida claimed gold with a point tally of 263.10.

Finally China, the major diving force since many years, claimed the title in the men's 3m with Chen Linhai (436.80) as well as the men's 3m synchro.

Japan and Ukraine (only team competing) earned the gold medal available in the mixed events.

Check out the RESULTS HERE 

The 2016 edition of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 201 is now completed and will resume next year in January.

Medallists in Singapore

3m springboard: 1. Chen Linhai (CHN) 436.80, 2. Li Linwei (CHN) 412.60, 3. Yuto Araki (JPN) 368.35
10m platform: 1. Reo Nishida (JPN) 409.00, 2. Taichi Okajima (JPN) 376.70, 3. Yevhen Naumenko (UKR) 276.25
3m synchro: 1. Chen Linhai/Li Linwei (CHN) 366.42, 2. Yuto Araki/Eiji Hasegawa (JPN) 342.57, 3. Timothy Lee/Mark Lee (SIN) 329.67
10m synchro: not contested

3m springboard: 1. Hazuki Miyamoto (JPN) 281.40, 2. Minami Itahashi (JPN) 280.85, 3. Kimberly Bong 209.10
10m platform: 1. Nana Sasaki (JPN) 318.90, 2. Matsuri Arai (JPN) 294.40, 3. Nikita Hains (AUS) 261.85
3m synchro: 1. not contested
10m synchro: 1. Nana Sasaki/Matsuri Arai (JPN) 276.48, 2. Tamara Irvine/Nikita Hains (AUS) 253.38, 3. Valeriia Liulko/Sofiia Lyskun (UKR) 250.23

3m: 1. Hazuki Miyamoto/Reo Nishida (JPN) 263.10, 2. Joshua James Chong/Ashlee Tan (SIN) 243.78
10m: Valeriia Liulko/Yevhen Naumenko (UKR) 259.62

2016 FINA Diving Grand Prix calendar

1. Madrid (ESP): January 15-17
2. Rostock (GER): January 29-31
3. San Juan (PUR): March 31-April 3
4. Gatineau (CAN): April 7-10
5. Bolzano (ITA): July 15-17
6. Kuching (MAS): October 21-23
7. Gold Coast (AUS): October 27-30
8. Singapore (SIN): November 4-6