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Quinn Henninger leads U.S. on final day of Dresden International Youth Diving Meet

By USA Diving | April 29, 2018, 10:50 a.m. (ET)

DRESDEN, Germany – The U.S. wrapped up competition at the International Youth Diving Meet on Sunday with all three divers competing on the last day advancing to the finals.

Quinn Henninger (Denver, Colo.) and Clayton Chaplin (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) advanced to the group B 1-meter final, and Johanna Holloway (Boynton Beach, Fla.) advanced to the group A 3-meter final.

Henninger led the U.S. with a fourth-place showing on the last day of competition. He scored 380.95 points in the 1-meter final, just 10.95 points behind bronze medalist Bram Meulendyks of the Netherlands. Canada’s Cedric Fofana won the event with 420 points. Henninger scored more than 50 points on his final three dives, including 54.60 points on front 1 ½ with two twists.

Chaplin took seventh with 342.00 points, with his best score coming on a front 2 ½ pike that earned 49.40 points.

Holloway finished seventh with 377.65 points, highlighted by a back 2 ½ tuck that scored 58.80 points. Germany’s Lena Hentschel topped the field with 429.55 points.

Earlier in the meet, Daryn Wright (Plainfield, Ind.) made two trips to the podium, placing second on platform and third on 3-meter in girls’ group B competition.

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