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Unlike two years ago at the last world championships, when a poor final dive from Hunt turned a 38-point lead into a 0.9-point deficit, and a gold medal into silver, the British diver held on to take the title Wednesday.U.S. diver David Colturi was in silver-medal position after the first three rounds, but slipped to fourth.Attempting the most difficult dive of any of the 12 finalists in the last round, he landed awkwardly and finished seven points behind Silchenko.For high diving to join the Olympics, it needs to be practiced in more countries, perhaps as many as 90 or 100, he said.
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