UNC Divers Make Splash At Olympic Games


UNC’s Anton Down-Jenkins is making waves at the Olympic Games…literally. The rising senior diver, competing for his home country of New Zealand, advanced to the semifinals of the Olympic 3-meter springboard competition. He finished 16th with 394.45 points. Down-Jenkins and Aranza Vazquez of Mexico are the first Heels to compete in Olympic diving. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Divers Make Splash At Olympic Games


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