Choi Kang-in (17, Yulgok-go), a diving hopeful born in 2006, won his fifth diving title at the National Games in 14 years.Choi won the men’s high school 3-meter springboard final at the 104th Jeonnam National Diving Championships on Sunday at the Mokpo Indoor Pool in Jeonnam, South Jeolla Province, with a total of 372.45 points, beating Oh Do-yoon (340.70 points-heavy).He won the 10-meter platform and diving synchro on Thursday before taking gold in the 3-meter diving synchro on Friday and the 1-meter springboard on Saturday.He also won the 3-meter springboard in his final event of the day, giving him five titles at the Games, the second time in history that a diver has won five titles at a national championships and the first time in 14 years since Park Ji-ho in 2009.Five is the maximum number of events a diver can compete in at a national championships.”I achieved my goal of winning five medals, but I valued the points 바카라사이트 more than the medals,” Choi said after the competition, adding, “I don’t think I showed my full potential.”

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