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Duke's Andrew Capobianco Finals at Worlds!
BY  USA DIVING |  DEC. 04, 2016, 12:31 P.M. (ET)
 
Maria Coburn (Round Rock, Texas) won her second medal of the 2016 FINA World Junior Diving Championships with a silver medal on 3-meter in girls group B (14-15) on Sunday, the final day of competition in Kazan, Russia.

Coburn, who earlier in the week won gold on 1-meter, added a silver medal after finishing with 398.35 points on 3-meter. Coburn was fourth in the preliminaries but missed one dive. She moved up in the standings with a consistent effort in the final, scoring between 66 and 67.50 on three of her optional dives. China’s Liang Yixian won gold with 408.60, and her teammate He Xiaojie was just behind Coburn with 397 points for bronze. USA’s  Bridget O’Neil (Southlake, Texas) also competed and finished 14 th with 337.55 points in the preliminaries.
Both U.S. divers competing in the boys group A (16-18) platform event advanced to Sunday’s finals.  Zach Cooper(Greenwood, Ind.) finished ninth with 473.30 points, and  Andrew Capobianco (Holly Springs, N.C.) scored 465.60 for 11 thplace. China’s  Junjie Lian was first at 593.55, followed by Russia’s Nikita Shleikher (573.80) and Great Britain’s Matthew Dixon (545.60).