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Enos and Fusaro win synchro bronze at Canada Cup

By USA Diving | April 08, 2017, 7:19 p.m. (ET)

Dashiell Enos (Los Angeles) and Henry Fusaro (Scottsdale, Ariz./Los Angeles) won the bronze medal in men’s synchronized 3-meter Saturday at the FINA Grand Prix Canada Cup in Gatineau, Quebec.

Enos and Fusaro scored 371.25 points to earn a spot on the podium along with China’s He Chao and Liu Cheng Ming and Colombia’s Sebastian Villa and Daniel Restrepo. The Chinese scored 407.01 for the gold, with the Colombian duo taking second at 380.22.

The Americans were neck and neck with the British duo of Jack Haslan and Ross Haslan heading into the final round with the bronze medal on the line. Enos and Fusaro were less than a point ahead of the Brits with one dive to go. The Americans came through with 78.54 points on their front 2 ½ with 2 twists for their highest scoring dive of the day, while the Haslans scored 75.60 on a reverse 1 ½ with 3 ½ twists to finish fourth in the nine-team contest.  

Enos and Fusaro, who won the 3-meter synchro title at the 2016 USA Diving  Winter National Championships, also added 71.61 points on their front 3 ½ pike and scored more than 62 points on their other two optional dives.

The Canada Cup concludes Sunday with USA’s Ryan Hawkins (Charlotte, N.C./Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) and Jordan Windle (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) set to compete in synchronized 10-meter.               

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