Chinas diving dream team showed supremacy, yet again, at the FINA World Diving Series Kazan leg on Sunday. China swept all the 10 gold medals on offer in the second leg of the Series in Guangzhou, and this time it repeated the victory.
After winning all the seven titles in the first two days in Kazan, the Chinese divers won three more on the last day of competition.
Rio Olympic champion Shi Tingmao met no challenge in the womens 3m springboard, collecting 381.90 points to win the title. Her teammate Wang Hao took a silver in 363.85. The rest of the field was left to chase bronze, with Jennifer Abel bringing Canada the medal with a score of 347.15.
In the mens 10m platform, Chen Aisen beat Yang Hao to win the title at 580.60. Yang came second at 574.80. Britains Tom Daley was third at 543.80.
In the mixed 3m springboard, Chinas duo Wang Han/Li Zheng won their consecutive third gold medal at the World Series. Canada and Britain took silver and bronze respectively.
The Kazan leg is the third leg of the World Series. The first two legs were held in Beijing and Guangzhou, and the last leg will be held in Windsor, Canada.