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Nick McCrory and Abby Johnston
McCrory, Johnston Earn Podium Finishes in Moscow
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 04/13/2012
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MOSCOW - The United States claimed two medals in synchronized diving Friday on the opening day of competition at the 2012 FINA Diving World Series stop in Moscow.

Abby Johnston and Kelci Bryant garnered their second medal of the FINA Diving World Series, earning the bronze in the women's 3-meter synchronized event. Johnston and Bryant tallied a score of 303.30 points to finish third behind China (320.40) and Italy (304.80). Johnston and Bryant also won the silver medal in the event at last month's World Series stop in Beijing.

In the men's 10-meter synchronized competition, Nick McCrory and David Boudia totaled 448.42 points to capture silver for Team USA. After taking sixth in the event in both Dubai and Beijiing, McCrory and Boudia took second on Friday in Moscow while finishing less than two points behind the gold medalists from Germany (449.70).

Full results of this weekend's competition in Moscow are available at http://www.fina.org/H2O/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2810:diving-world-series-2012-moscow-rus&catid=233:results&Itemid=292.

Team USA has now earned five medals on the 2012 FINA Diving World Series circuit. Competition in Moscow concludes on Saturday, Apr. 14, while the final leg of the World Series is slated for Apr. 20-21 in Tijuana, Mexico.

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