She impressed in the one-meter qualifier and finished second after five flawless jumps.

But the World Cup final in Budapest, Hungary, was not as successful for Emilia Nilsson Garip.

The 19-year-old who won double gold at the junior European Championships last year, in one and three meters respectively, got only 241.05 points and finished eleven.

21-year-old Emma Gullstrand, European Championship bronze medalist in the three-meter failure last year, finished in twelfth and last place with her 225.55 points.

- It was very, very good in the qualifiers, it is Swedish history if I remember correctly.

I may be wrong, but I do not think that Sweden has ever had two jumpers in a World Cup final in the same branch, in that case it should be in the 70s, but I do not think so, says the Swedish national team coach Chris Rye.

The reason why it did not go quite as well in the final was a higher degree of difficulty in one of the jumps.

- They drove on 1.5 minor salvage in the qualifiers, that was the safe thing to do, then both girls wanted to bet on the big variant, 2.5 minor salvage, in the final and that is what they both miss and it was annoying.

But in a final, it is "go big or go home" that applies and if any of them had a chance to take a medal, they would have needed this hope.

They are capable of doing that but this time it did not work, says Rye.

Chinese Li Yajie won 300.85 ahead of American Sarah Bacon, 276.65, and Canadian Mia Vallee, 276.60.

CLIP: Emma Gullstrand before the WC in swimming

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