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"RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — China easily won its second gold medal in diving at the Rio Olympics, dominating the men's 10-meter synchronized event while showing the rest of the world how to barely make a splash. China is aiming to sweep the eight diving events in Rio de Janeiro for the first time in the Olympics. Daley and Goodfellow went last, scoring 92.13 and good enough to move the Brits from fifth to third after the German duo of Patrick Hausding and Sascha Klein performed a less difficult dive that earned fewer points and dropped them to fourth. With lots of Chinese flags and fans in the stands, the crowd booed heartily when it saw the judges' marks for Chen and Lin in the fourth round. Boudia and Johnson controlled second place throughout, leaving only the bronze medal up for grabs. Johnson, a 20-year-old diver at Indiana University, was clearly thrilled with winning a medal in his Olympic debut.", www.sfgate.com
"Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (KRBC) - The Olympics hit close to home for Abilene, as the synchronized diving team of David Boudia and Steele Johnson earned a silver medal today during competition Monday night. David Boudia actually grew up in Abilene.", www.bigcountryhomepage.com
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