By BETH HARRIS, Associated Press
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. (AP) — Nick McCrory and David Boudia cruised to the 10-meter platform synchro title and spots on the Olympic team at the U.S. trials.
The duo totaled 1,387.66 points in the final, completing a wire-to-wire victory after having led the semifinal and preliminary rounds. McCrory, a Duke student, and Boudia, who attends Purdue, did the two toughest dives of the final, with none of the other seven teams attempting anything close to their degree of difficulty.
Toby Stanley and Steele Johnson finished second at 1,207.08, but only the winning synchro team earned berths in next month's London Games.
Earlier, Abby Johnston and Kelci Bryant narrowly won the women's 3-meter synchro title to claim the first two places on the U.S. team.
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