Iranian Swimmers Shine at Asian Tournament
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Iran's diving swimming team earned three gold medals and three bronze medals at the Asian Age Group Swimming Championships 2011 which held its seventh round in Indonesia. Ali Shakoul and Hamid Karimi won the gold medal of the synchronized diving category at the event. Hong Kong and Thailand stood second and third respectively after the Iranian team. Meanwhile Mojtaba Valipour won gold in the one-meter springboard section, and Hesam Samadi won two bronze medals in the one-meter and three-meter platform. Also, Shakoul won another bronze medal for the Iranian outfit in the one-meter platform discipline too.
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