The final day of the women’s portion of the AIDA Depth World Championship off Limassol, Cyprus saw five new national records in the Constant Weight (CWT) discipline.
South Korea’s Jung A Kim took home the CWT gold with her 96m/315ft dive, while Germany’s Jennifer Wendland and China’s Qihong Han shared the silver with dives to 92m/302ft.
As for the overall women’s standings, Kim came in first with 327 total points, while Croatia’s Sanda Delija took home the silver with 296 points and the Czech Republic’s Arena Vanova nabbed the bronze with 291 points.
Latvia’s Yulia Marievich, Spain’s Marta Gil and Mexico’s Camila Jaber all successfully dove to 77m/253ft.
Indonesia’s Nikita Fima Atriyu got her fourth national record at the World Championship, diving to a CWT depth of 71m/233ft.
Hong Kong’s Jiaoyi Li surpassed her own 65m/213ft record with a successful dive to 70m/230ft.
While there were fortunately no blackouts on the last day of the Women’s competition, and only two red cards, some of the competitors gunning for records came up a bit short.
France’s Marianna Gillespie had her sights on a 103m/338ft National Record dive, but had to turn back at the 97m/318ft mark. It also cost her a place on the podium for the CWT competition.
The USA’s Enchante Gallardo successfully dove to what would have been a 98m/322ft Continental Record and drew a white card, but after judges’ video review it was converted to a red card for turning back up at 93m/305ft and then going back down to her announced depth.
Croatia’s Sanda Delija was going for a 90m/295ft national record, but turned back at the 76m/249ft mark.
Check out the full results along with the video replay below.
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