García Boissier and Cortés, European runners-up in synchronized three-meter springboard jumps


The Spaniards Nico García Boissier and Juan Pablo Cortés have been proclaimed continental runners-up in synchronized three-meter springboard diving during the last day of the European Swimming Championships, which were held in Belgrade, and won the fifth medal in the men’s category. Spain in the appointment.

The Spanish couple achieved a score of 379.08 that allowed them to secure second place, only behind the French Jules Bouyer and Alexis Jandard, who finished with 404.52 points. For their part, the Poles Kacper Lesiak and Andrzej Rzeszutek (375.24) took bronze.

With this silver, García Boissier continues to confirm his evolution after winning a historic bronze medal, Spain’s first worldwide in this discipline, together with Adrián Abadía in the last World Cup in Doha.

In this way, Spain ends the championship with a haul of ten medals, five in the jumping category – the gold of Valeria Antolino, Carlos Camacho and Juan Pablo Cortés in the mixed team; Antolino and Camacho’s gold in the mixed synchronized 10-meter platform; Ana Carvajal’s gold on the individual platform; and the silver of Carvajal and Antolino in synchronized jumps from a 10-meter platform.