The U.S. closed out the 2019 UANA Junior Pan American Championships with six medals – three gold, one silver and two bronze – on Sunday, the final day of competition in Santiago, Chile. The U.S. finished the Championships with 22 medals – eight gold, seven silver and seven bronze – second behind Mexico, which won 28.
Hailey Hernandez (GC Diving) and Anne Fowler (Alexandria Dive Club) scored 280.65 points to win gold in girls’ synchronized 3-meter.
Avery Worobel (Duke Diving) scored 299 points to win her second gold with a victory on 3-meter in girls’ group C competition.
Juliet Radich (Fort Lauderdale Dive Team) picked up gold in girls’ group D platform competition after finishing with 242.65 points.
The U.S. won two medals in boys’ group A platform, with Quinn Henninger (Mile High Dive Club) scoring 539.80 points for silver and Tyler Downs (Ripfest) scoring 513.45 points for bronze.
Max Miller (The Woodlands Diving Academy) scored 440.65 for bronze in the boys’ group B 3-meter event.
Joshua Sollenberger (Indiana International School of Diving) and Joshua Hedberg (Indiana International School of Diving) were fourth and fifth, respectively, on 1-meter in boys’ group C competition.
Kayla Jensen (The Woodlands Diving Academy) was sixth in the group D platform event, and Avery Giese (Mission Viejo Nadadores) was seventh in the group C 3-meter contest.
Carson Tyler (Moss Farms Diving) finished sixth in the boys’ group B 3-meter event.
Mitchell Caldwell (American Flyers Diving) was eighth and Mik Schwickert (Clavadistas del Sol) was ninth on 1-meter in boys’ group D.