23/05/2022

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The Sport Effect

Windle second in Men’s 10-meter Platform after semifinals at Olympic Trials

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Former College of Texas star Jordan Windle is in second position immediately after Tuesday’s preliminary and semifinal rounds of the Men’s 10-meter Platform levels of competition at the U.S. Olympic Staff Trials – Diving. Incoming UT freshman Hailey Hernandez rests in second and former Longhorn Alison Gibson is in 3rd position adhering to Tuesday’s prelims and semifinals of the Women’s 3-meter Springboard.

Windle, Hernandez and Gibson will try to generate their spots on the formal Staff United states of america roster for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics with both a initial or second-position finish in the ultimate spherical of their respective functions on Saturday.

In the Men’s 10-meter platform, Windle posted a rating of 906.10 details around his 12 overall dives all through the prelim and semifinals. Windle’s working day was highlighted by a rating of ninety nine.ninety on his fourth dive of the prelims, a ahead 4 ½ somersault tuck (109C), and an 86.forty on his initial dive of the semifinals, an inward 3 ½ somersault tuck (407C).

Brandon Loschiavo retains the guide immediately after the semifinal spherical with 956.sixty details, even though David Dinsmore is in 3rd position (827.70). UT sophomore Andrew Harness finished the prelims and semifinals in thirteenth position with a rating of 664.50 details, but only the leading 12 divers advance to Saturday’s ultimate spherical.

All a few Longhorns entered in the Women’s 3-meter Springboard concluded the semifinal spherical in the leading 12 and will advance to Saturday’s finals. Hernandez, who held the guide immediately after the 5 dives in the prelims with a rating of 304.sixty five, is in second position immediately after the semifinals with 593.ninety details. Gibson moved up from fourth immediately after the prelims to 3rd adhering to the semis with a rating of 591.forty five details. Krysta Palmer retains the guide at 655.fifteen details.

Hernandez’ semifinal overall performance was highlighted by a rating of sixty seven.20 on her fourth dive, a reverse two ½ somersault tuck (305C). Gibson registered a few dives with a point overall of sixty seven.50 all through the night semifinals, which include back-to-back endeavours on her 3rd dive, a reverse two ½ somersault pike (305B), and fourth dive, a back two ½ somersault pike (205B). UT freshman Bridget O’Neil acquired a twelfth-position showing with 524.ninety five details to assert her place in Saturday’s ultimate. Her night session was highlighted by a rating of fifty seven.forty on her 3rd dive, a back two ½ somersault tuck (205C).

Finals for the two the Women’s 3-meter Springboard and the Men’s 10-meter Platform are established for Saturday, June 12. The Women’s 3-meter Springboard will start off at 3:50 p.m. Central (4:50 p.m. Eastern), even though the Men’s 10-meter Platform will start at six:35 p.m. Central (7:35 p.m. Eastern). Each competitions will be televised live nationally by NBC.

Women’s 3-meter Springboard (Major 12 advance to finals)

Area

Rating

Diver

one

655.fifteen

Kysta Palmer

two

593.ninety

Hailey Hernandez

3

591.forty five

Alison Gibson

4

568.ninety five

Kristen Hayden

5

568.00

Sarah Bacon

six

559.30

Abigail Knapton

7

549.sixty

Brooke Schultz

8

533.80

Samantha Pickens

9

531.25

Anne Fowler

10

530.05

Kelly Straub

eleven

525.30

Margo O’Meara

12

524.ninety five

Bridget O’Neil

Men’s 10-meter Platform (Major 12 advance to Finals)

Area

Rating

Diver

one

956.sixty

Brandon Loschiavo

two

906.10

Jordan Windle

3

827.70

David Dinsmore

4

804.50

Joshua Hedberg

5

801.05

Jordan Rzepka

six

765.10

Jacob Siler

7

764.85

Tyler Downs

8

744.50

Zach Cooper

9

743.sixty five

Carson Tyler

10

719.30

Chase Lane

eleven

706.20

Maxwell Flory

12

678.forty

Benjamin Bramley

thirteen

664.50

Andrew Harness