UNC’s Down-Jenkins Places 8th In Olympics Diving


After qualifying for the men’s three-meter springboard semifinals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, North Carolina diver Anton Down-Jenkins sent himself through to the medal round where he placed 8th out of 12 competitors. Down-Jenkins qualified for the medal round by placing 8th out of 18 in the semifinals. It was the end of a hard road for Down-Jenkins. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC’s Down-Jenkins Places 8th In Olympics Diving


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