Jack Laugher wins 1m springboard gold to retain his Commonwealth Games title

Jack Laugher wins 1m springboard gold to retain his Commonwealth Games title for a THIRD time… whereas Jordan Houlden claimed the bronze medal in his debut Games

  • England’s Jack Laugher secured the gold medal within the males’s 1m springboard
  • The 27-year-old diver completed the competitors with a complete of 447.05 factors
  • As a consequence, Laugher knocked Australia star Shixin Li down into second place
  • Laugher’s team-mate Jordan Houlden claimed the bronze in his debut Games 

England’s Jack Laugher produced three spectacular dives to safe his third successive Commonwealth Games gold medal within the 1m springboard. 

The 27-year-old completed the competitors with 447.05 factors – knocking Australia’s Shixin Li down into second place. 

Meanwhile, Laugher’s England team-mate Jordan Houlden claimed the bronze medal in his debut Games with 429.30 factors. 

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England's Jack Laugher (above) produced three impressive dives to secure his third successive Commonwealth Games gold medal in the 1m springboard

England’s Jack Laugher (above) produced three spectacular dives to safe his third successive Commonwealth Games gold medal within the 1m springboard

Meanwhile, Laugher's England team-mate Jordan Houlden (above) claimed the bronze medal in his debut Games with 429.30 points

Meanwhile, Laugher’s England team-mate Jordan Houlden (above) claimed the bronze medal in his debut Games with 429.30 factors

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