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AIDA Team World Championships Final Results

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Mens Results

Gold Croatia – photo from Vedrana Vidovic

Silver France – Photo from Ryuzo Shinomiya

Bronze Czech Republic – Photo from Ryuzo Shinomiya

Well done eveyone!


Womens Results

Gold Japan – Photo from Ryuzo Shinomiya

Silver France – Photo from Ryuzo Shinomiya

Bronze Serbia – Photo from Ryuzo Shinomiya

Well done everyone!

AIDA TEAM World Championships 2012 – Results from 14th September 2012

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Due to the official website going a bit screwy have uploaded the retults in an easy to read format.

Clicking through to see the individual results here:


AIDA Team World Championship Dynamic Start List 15th September 2012

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Dynamic Start list for today

For some reason the official site has gone a bit screwy so here is the start list in Excel.

AIDA Team World Championships 2012 – Start Lists

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

AIDA Team World Championships – Womens Results

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Womens Results Day One Deepest woman so far – Ashley Futral Chapman 75m CWT – from United States

Results from Day Two

New deepest woman Aurore Asso from France with a succesful dive to 76 metres!

Day Three shows the womens results: Japan in the lead with 205 points.

AIDA Team World Championships – Mens Results

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Mens Results
Deepest man so far – Michal Rišian 102m CWT from Czech Republic

We are waiting for day two results to be published but it is reported that Guillaume Nery made his depth of 114m in Constant Weight this morning! Well done Guillaume :-)

Results after day two!

Day Three Weather getting rocky has meant some atheletes didn’t dive so start list tomorrow will change.

Results so far for Men – Croatia in the lead and the UK in 4th Spot!

AIDA World Team Championship 2012

Monday, September 10th, 2012

This years Team Championship is taking place in Nice, France.  This is a wonderful venue to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of AIDA International.

With over 35 countries taking part it is going to be a truly international event!

Kimmo Lahtinen’s editorial

The competition started today and already great results have been achieved!

Good luck to all the athletes!  Dive Safe x