With a total of six Olympic spots for the Paris 2024 Games and six medals, the Mexican Diving delegation finishes its participation in the World Aquatics Championships held in Fukuoka, Japan.
The places they obtained are: men’s individual 3m springboard with Osmar Olvera and Rodrigo Diego, where Olvera won the silver medal; men’s 10m synchronized platform with Kevin Berlin and Randal Williars, in addition to the bronze medal.
It is also worth mentioning that Alejandra Orozco, Gabriela Agúndez and Randal Williars won three spots in the 10m platform for both genders, to complete the six spots for next year’s Olympic Games.
The 10m synchronized mixed with José Diego Balleza and Viviana del Ángel; men’s individual 1m springboard with Osmar Olvera and Mixed 3m/10m Team with Gabriela Agúndez, Jahir Ocampo, Randal Williars and Aranza Vazquez, won the other three silver medals for Mexico.
Aranza also climbed the podium with bronze in the women’s individual 1m springboard.
Mexico will continue looking for places for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games at the World Aquatics Championships in swimming, an event that will last until July 30.
This concludes the Fukuoka 2023 Diving medal tally:
China 12, 4, 3
Australia 1, 1, 0
Mexico 0, 4, 2
Great Britain 0, 3, 0
Ukraine 0, 1, 0
Canada 0, 0, 2
Italy 0, 0, 2
Germany 0, 0, 1
France 0, 0, 1
Japan 0, 0, 1
United States 0, 0, 1