Second silver medal for Victoria diver Bryden Hattie at the 2017 Canada Summer Games

Clutch final dive in 1-metre springboard earns a medal for Hattie

Bryden Hattie

Bryden Hattie (Victoria) was back on the podium Tuesday at the Pan Am Pool in Winnipeg winning a silver medal in the men’s 1-metre springboard diving competition. Hattie scored four 9.0s on his reverse 1.5 somersault pike to contribute to his overall score of 361.85 points to earn the silver, less than a point behind the gold medallist from Team Ontario. Ryan Grover (Victoria) placed fourth with 339 points.

“It was pretty clutch,” said Hattie on scoring a 9 on his last dive.

Hattie is very happy with his performance at so far at the 2017 Canada Summer Games. “I’m happy I got silver with my partner and silver individually too).

Hattie and Grover won silver in the men’s 3-metre synchro on Monday.

Other Team BC results in 1-metre springboard

18. Sam Braun (West Vancouver)
19. Nicholas Nepomuceno (North Vancouver)

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