Time For Some Law In Diving

The 2014 FINA Championships will have something new to cheer about. This year on September 9th till 14th that is to take place in Penza, Russia, will bear witness to 19 competitors in the World Junior Championship category. Among them features a certain senior Christopher Law from Marshall High School.

Christopher Law will compete for a spot in the age group of 16 – 18 years in the diving competition (platform). He is easily this season’s one of the favorite as his performance in Knoxville, Tennessee at the National Junior USA Diving Championships and he has also reportedly won a national championship. Law is from San Antonio, Texas, United States, and is the only representative from San Antonio.

His team has three other competitors from Texas. The other competitors are Davidson, Joshua who is from Tomball in the 1 – meter diving section of 14 – 15 boys category; representing Keller in the 3 – meter diving of 14 – 15 girls category is Emily Grund and the synchronized 3 – meter diving in the 14 – 18 category is represented by Mackenzie Willborn from Plain Sailing.

Law has been performing such that the selectors took notice. His performance on 22 February 2014 in Austin at the Jamail Center at the 5A state swimming and diving championships have compelled audiences and selectors alike to sit up and take notice. He has displayed a mixture of turns, spins and brilliant choreography that has left the judges and viewers mesmerized at the same time.

Law has managed to hold his place in the nationals by managing a gold medal with an astounding finish securing 653.75 points. Law was followed by the North Carolinian, Jordan Windle who scored a brilliant 642.35 points while the third place rank was secured by another amazing performance by David Dinsmore who scored 623.15 points.