Chen Ruolin, a versatile diver from Cao Yuan, will be the referee of Beijing Diving Series

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 Chen Ruolin, a versatile diver from Cao Yuan, will be the referee of Beijing Diving Series


This competition is the second stop of the FINA World Diving Series in 2019, and it is also the ninth year that the competition has been held in the Water Cube. There are 10 events, including mens single and double 3M board/10m platform, womens single and double 3M board/10m platform, and mixed 3M board/10m platform. Chinas diving Dream Team will send 13 first-line strength athletes such as Shi Tingmao, Cao Yuan and Yang Jian to compete in the competition, and international famous diving players such as Daly of Britain and Pandleira of Malaysia will also participate in the competition.

The competition is the peak of quasi-Olympic level. It is a training match for the athletes to prepare for the 2019 FINA Guangzhou World Championship and the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The Beijing race attracted nearly 80 athletes from 14 countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Britain, Mexico, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, the United States, North Korea, Germany, Ukraine, the Netherlands and China. It is reported that Chinas Dream Team has just won the championship in Japans Xiangmuyuan Race from March 1 to 3. In Beijing Race, the Dream Team will send a new pair of partners in the double event. Cao Yuan, a versatile player, will also take part in the springboard and platform events, bringing a new visual feast to the audience. It is worth mentioning that Chen Ruolin, who won gold medals at the Water Cube many times, will also appear as a referee in this competition.

In order to meet the needs of citizens, Water Cube has prepared 60/150/200 yuan of three-level tickets for diving enthusiasts, and opened up online and offline ticket purchasing channels. At the same time, in order to increase the viewing and interaction of the event, the Opening Ceremony of Water Cube introduced Breaking performance, which is expected to be included in the hip-hop event of the Olympic Games, and prepared interactive links such as on-line shake and on-site lottery draw for the audience.

Yang Qiyong, general manager of the National Swimming Center (Water Cube), the event organizer, said that after the Beijing Olympic Games, the Water Cube has been open to the public, providing high-level water competitions and fostering and developing various types of mass water competitions to meet the needs of the publics sports and cultural life. Next years FINA World Diving Series will usher in the tenth year of holding consecutive events in the Water Cube. Over the past ten years, the Water Cube has nurtured the blue sea of the water competition market with diversified events. The excellent service of the venues and the enthusiasm of the spectators have also impressed the FINA and the athletes of other countries. With the coming of the 2022 Winter Olympics cycle, Water Cube will be transformed into Ice Cube. The Bi-Olympic Stadium with additional functions on ice will bring more diverse events on water and ice to the public. After Beijing, the World Diving Series will continue in Montreal, Canada (26-28 April), Kazan, Russia (10-12 May) and London, UK (17-19 May). Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Luting_NS5242

Yang Qiyong, general manager of the National Swimming Center (Water Cube), the event organizer, said that after the Beijing Olympic Games, the Water Cube has been open to the public, providing high-level water competitions and fostering and developing various types of mass water competitions to meet the needs of the publics sports and cultural life. Next years FINA World Diving Series will usher in the tenth year of holding consecutive events in the Water Cube. Over the past ten years, the Water Cube has nurtured the blue sea of the water competition market with diversified events. The excellent service of the venues and the enthusiasm of the spectators have also impressed the FINA and the athletes of other countries. With the coming of the 2022 Winter Olympics cycle, Water Cube will be transformed into Ice Cube. The Bi-Olympic Stadium with additional functions on ice will bring more diverse events on water and ice to the public.

After Beijing, the World Diving Series will continue in Montreal, Canada (26-28 April), Kazan, Russia (10-12 May) and London, UK (17-19 May).