MEDAL HOPEFUL: Australia's Maddison Keeney competes in the women's diving 3m springboard semi-finals of the Swimming World Championships in Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary. Keeney qualified for the finals and is hoping to secure a medal in the event.
MEDAL HOPEFUL: Australia's Maddison Keeney competes in the women's diving 3m springboard semi-finals of the Swimming World Championships in Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary. Keeney qualified for the finals and is hoping to secure a medal in the event. Tibor Illyes

Aussie diver has gold medal in her sights

AUSTRALIA'S Maddison Keeney has her sights set on another diving world championships gold medal.

Keeney, who won the 1m springboard world title earlier this week, has qualified in fifth for the women's 3m springboard final.

She will be joined by fellow Aussie Annabelle Smith who qualified ninth for finals Budapest Hungary.

Smith won bronze at last year's Rio Olympics.

Another Australian, James Connor, placed ninth in the men's 3m springboard final.

 

GOLDEN MOMENT: Australian Maddison Keeney was all smiles after winning the women's diving 1m springboard final at the Swimming World Championships.
GOLDEN MOMENT: Australian Maddison Keeney was all smiles after winning the women's diving 1m springboard final at the Swimming World Championships. Zsolt Szigetvary
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