(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 29 – Chiara Pellacani and Matteo Santoro are silver medalists in the synchro 3 meters of diving, at the World Championships in progress in Budapest. The Italian couple closed the final with a score of 293.55, less than the 324.15 of the Chinese couple, made up of Shan Lin and Zifeng Zhu, who won gold.
Santoro and Pellacani, 35 years old in two, therefore continue to write other pages of history for Italtuffi and, after the European title of 2021, they always take an amazing 3-meter synchro world silver at the Duna Area. An extraordinary match that of the two Azzurri, for their lucidity and solidity, who closed with a score of 293.55. Gold goes to the Chinese Zifeng Zhu and Shan Lin with 324.15.
Santoro, 15 years and 263 days (he will turn 16 in October), becomes the youngest Italian medalist in the history of Italian diving; for Pellacani, also making her debut on a world podium, this is a confirmation of excellent levels after the fourth place from the metro a few hours earlier and the five European medals in Budapest 2021. (ANSA).
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