Bertrand-Enrique finish ninth in platform at World Cup


PETALING JAYA: Bertrand Rhodict-Enrique Maccartney Harold had to be contented with a ninth place finish in the men’s 10m platform synchro final at the Diving World Cup in Montreal, Canada.

Bertrand-Enrique saw their hopes of a possible top six finish slipping out of their hands after they only scored 42.57 for their fifth dive on Sunday.

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