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Chamandy earns 2nd gold at Winter Senior Diving Nationals

Montreal's Olivia Chamandy won her second gold in as many days Winter Senior Diving Nationals in Calgary. Chamandy took top prize in the open three-metre final one day after winning the 10-metre tower event

Pitman wins men's open platform final

Olivia Chamandy, pictured at the world junior diving championships in Russia in 2016, added a second senior gold on Sunday. (Radio-Canada)

Montreal's Olivia Chamandy won her second gold in as many days Winter Senior Diving Nationals in Calgary.

Chamandy, 16,  took top prize in the open three-metre final one day after winning the 10-metre tower event. Elaena Dick and Ashley McCool rounded out the podium on Sunday.

"I was pretty nervous for the final," Chamandy said. "After I missed my third dive I was determined to do well the rest of the way and was rewarded for that. I'm happy I was able to keep it together. Really pleased overall with my weekend."

Ethan Pitman won the men's open platform final, placing ahead of Alexandre Corriveau and Laurent Gosselin-Paradis.

"I knew it was going to be a really close competition," the 19-year-old Pitman said. "Everyone dove well today. I didn't have any misses or any amazing dives but it was really consistent. I tried not to watch the scoreboard but it's so big you can't miss it so I knew what I had to do.''

With files from Louis Daignault

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