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S. Korean diver Kim Su-ji wins bronze at FINA World Championships Updated: 2019-07-14 09:50:11 KST

South Korea is hosting the FINA World Championships of aquatic sports.
And there, in the southwestern city of Gwangju, a bronze medal has been won by South Korean diver Kim Su-ji in the women's one-meter springboard.
It's Korea's first-ever medal in that event.
Kim came third with a score of 257.two-zero points behind Chen Yi-wen from China and Sarah Bacon from the United States.
She is the first South Korean woman to win a medal at the world championships.
Until now, only Park Tae-hwan, a male swimmer, had won medals at the worlds.
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