So, that was quite an event, was it?
We got new world records, new champions, new national records, and lots of personal bests results. It's just amazing to see when the hard work pays off.
Let's make a quick recap of the tournament and its best moments.
On day one in the DYNB discipline, we crowned new champions in Magdalena Solich-Talanda who took the gold medal with a 236 m dive, and Petar Klovar from Croatia with a personal best of 250m dive.
On day two, we had a new world record established by Julia Kozerska in the DNF discipline with a 209 m dive. A great year for Julia so far, breaking record after record.
Day three was a bit more static, well, because it was time for STA discipline! Sylvie Gilson from France took the gold medal for women, with a 7 minutes 49 seconds result, and for men, it was Valdemar Karlsson from Sweden who took first place, with a result of 8 minutes and 58 seconds.
It was only fair if we ended the tournament with a new world record.
And that's exactly what happened when Guillaume Bourdila from France made a 301m dive and broke the DYN World Record, on the 4th and last day of the championship.
We also want to congratulate Aliona Cutas, the woman that represented the Republic of Moldova and came back home with 2 national records, an amazing performance from an amazing human being.
As always, the full rankings can be found on the AIDA's official website: aidainternational.org