London Olympics 2012: David Boudia Wins Bronze In Synchronized Diving

David Boudia and Nick McCroy received the bronze medal on Monday in men's synchronized 10-meter diving with a 463.47 score. That was just behind China's 486.78, which won gold, and Mexico's silver medal score of 468.90.

Boudia is an Abilene native but now resides in Noblesville, Ind. Boudia and McCroy secured the USA's second medal in as many days, with Kelci Bryant and Abby Johnston winning the silver medal on Sunday in the women's 3-meter synchronized dive.

The Boudia/McCroy tandem beat out Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield of Great Britain (454.65), Jeinkler Aguirre and Jose Antonio Guerra of Cuba (450.90).

Boudia and McCroy's biggest dive on Sunday was their last one - a back 2 1/2 somersault with 2 1/2 twists.

Read more of our Olympic coverage at this StoryStream. SBNation.com is also covering the Olympics, and you can follow their coverage here. Be sure to subscribe to the Youtube Channel for video commentary.

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