Current Purdue diver Steele Johnson and Boilermakers alum David Boudia completed their quest for an Olympic medal Monday.
The pair grabbed silver in the synchronized 10-meter platform event, finishing second behind the team from China.
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They had a combined score of 457.11 points, while the Chinese scored 496.98.
Both Johnson and Boudia will compete in the individual 10-meter platform competition later on in the Olympics.