Canada’s Pamela Ware Failed Dive Olympics | Pamela Ware Dive Video
Big breaking news has come, Canada’s most popular diver Pamela Ware made a big mistake during the 3-meter springboard(semifinal) at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday and finished in last place.
- In an emotional video, Ware said she made a mistake but would not give up.
Ware won gold in Pan American Games in 2019 before representing Canada in Olympics and she won silver medals in the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto and silver in the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
“I think that if I would have done the dive, I could have possibly hurt myself,” the 28-year-old said, via CBC.
ANOTHER ZERO in NAILS
Now it was the Canadian ?? PAMELA WARE who lost concentration and could not launch her dive. Yesterday was the Mexican Arantxa Chávez @ ArantxaChvezM1 Both were out of the competition.
Here the two failures are very similar.
Not what you expect to see in the diving. Medal hope Pamela Ware missed it completely and is not progressing to the final.
Oh no Pamela Ware.
Misses her last dive entirely.
She’ll be so disappointed. Gutted.
Sending all the love to Pamela Ware, what a freaking athlete. Some unplanned things happen but the diving world and its supporters are so proud of you nonetheless!!
Pamela Ware (born February 12, 1993) is a Canadian diver. She is currently partnered with Jennifer Abel for synchronized diving. Ware has two bronze medals from the 2013 World Aquatics Championships where she won in the synchronized 3 m event with Abel and as well as individual bronze in the 3 m. She is also the silver medallist in the 3 m springboard at the 2015 Pan American Games, finishing second to Abel.
Full name Pamela Ware
Born February 12, 1993 (age 28)
Greenfield Park (Longueuil), Quebec, Canada
Height 1.61 m (5 ft 3+1⁄2 in)
Weight 52 kg (115 lb; 8.2 st)
Event(s) 3 metres & 3 metres synchro
Partner Jennifer Abel
Coached by Aaron Dziver
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“What we do in the competition is just a tiny factor of what we actually do to get to where we are,” Ware said in an Instagram video, according to Insider. “I was so ready for this competition, and I made a mistake. It could have happened to anybody, but it happened to me at the wrong time.”