World fifth for Hunt

30 Jul 2017

Great Britain’s high diver Gary hunt finished fifth in the final of the FINA World Championships Men’s High Diving competition in Budapest.

Hunt, the Kazan 2015 World Champion was last to dive in the fourth and final round of the competition at Batthyány Square on the banks of the Danube river.

He completed the dive with the hardest degree of difficulty in the final, a Front Triple Somersaults 4 1/2 Twists in Free position, which scored 70.00.

Hunt finished with a total score of 356.40 which ranked him fifth after the four rounds of dives.

Compatriot Blake Aldridge also competed in the final and finished ninth overall with an overall score of 342.25.