UNC Diver Aranza Vazquez Moñtano Wins Bronze At World Championships

UNC diver Moñtano, a member of the Mexico swimming and diving team, won bronze in the one-meter springboard competition at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships on Saturday. It was the first world championship medal for Vazquez, who represented Mexico at the 2020 Tokyo Games and likely will participate in the 2024 Olympics. (


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UNC Diver Aranza Vazquez Moñtano Wins Bronze At World Championships

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