Aranza Vazquez Montaño Claims Second Medal At World Aquatic Championships
Posted Jul 18, 2023
UNC rising senior Aranza Vazquez Montaño claimed her second medal of the 2023 World Aquatic Championships on Tuesday, winning silver in diving's mixed three-meter and 10-meter team event. Former Tar Heel diver Anton Down-Jenkins helped New Zealand to a 13th-place finish in the event. Vazquez earned her first world championship medal Saturday.
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