The Longevity Of Wu Minxia & A 13th Worlds Medal For China’s “Fragile Girl” 2001-2015

Wu Minxia by Patrick B. Kraemer

Victory off the boards on day 1 for Wu Minxia made it her 13th medal at the world championships in a career that includes 7 world and 4 Olympic crowns. Gold today also made her the first diver to win a medal in each of eight editions of the world championships, while for China it was an 8th straight victory for the nation, that a new line in aquatics history

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Victory off the boards on day 1 for Wu Minxia made it her 13th medal at the world championships in a career that includes 7 world and 4 Olympic crowns. Gold today also made her the first diver to win a medal in each of eight editions of the world championships, while for China it was an 8th straight victory for the nation, that a new line in aquatics history

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aswimfan

In early 2000s I kept confusing Wu Minxia for Fu Mingxia.
Both are among the greatest female divers ever, winning golds in three olympics.

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