VICTORIA VINCENT claimed two more gold medals for Plymouth Diving on the third day of the Armada Cup.
Having already triumphed in the girls’ B platform final on Sunday and the three-metre synchro event with Kayleigh Sinclair on Saturday, Vincent added the individual one and three-metre crowns on Monday evening.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games star, who was forced to miss most of the 2015 season due to an eye operation, was a class apart in the Life Centre competition.
Like in the platform event on Sunday, Vincent was joined on the podium in the one-metre springboard final by her Plymouth Diving team-mate Cody Powell-Tuckett, who added bronze to the silver she had won a day earlier.
Plymouth Diving enjoyed a clean sweep of the medals in the women’s one-metre final, with Kayleigh Sinclair wining (131.30), Aimee Fishleigh claiming silver (126.50) and Blaise Fice picking up the bronze (118.05).
Aidan Heslop collected another two medals on Monday evening. He won the boys’ B platform final with 179.25 points, with team-mate Connor West securing silver with 146.55.
Heslop then won bronze in the boys’ three-metre event, where West was fifth.
There was a one-two in the girls’ E/D three-metre final for Plymouth, with Summer Radcliffe winning (114.65) and Evangeline Piper taking silver (110.00). The pair were well ahead of all the other finalists as no-one else scored more than 95 points.
Euan McCabe was another Plymouth winner on the third day of the top age group competition. He triumphed in the boys’ E/D one-metre event, with Oscar Piper taking fifth.