Four divers punched their tickets to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Wednesday at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials at the IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI.
Kassidy Cook (The Woodlands, Texas/Woodlands Diving Academy)has a 34.30-point lead after the semifinals of the women’s 3-meter springboard competition.
Kristian Ipsen and Michael Hixon are separated by just 7.05 points atop the men’s 3-meter field, and Jessica Parratto is in first in the women’s 10-meter individual event after Monday’s preliminaries and semifinals.
David Boudia appears poised to make his third Olympic team. He and Steele Johnson lead the men’s synchronized 10-meter field with 835.56 points after Sunday’s men’s synchronized 10-meter preliminaries and semifinals.
Sam Dorman (Tempe, Ariz./Miami, Fla.) and Michael Hixon (Amherst, Mass./Bloomington, Ind.) lead the men’s synchronized 3-meter field after Saturday’s semifinals on the opening day of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
A pair of Utah divers, Jacob Crayne and Amanda Casillas, will represent the Utes at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Ohio State’s Colin Zeng will not be able to compete for the US in Rio this summer because he will not receive a green card in time.
The final day of competition at the British Diving Championships saw Tom Daley and Grace Reid take impressive victories in the 10m Platform and 3m Springboard respectively.
Sarah Barrow and Jack Laugher came out on top in the 10m Platform and 3m Springboard respectively on the second day of competition at the British Diving Championships.
European silver medallists Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow won the gold medal in the 10 Synchro on the opening day of action at the British Diving Championships in Sheffield.
Earlier this week, NISCA released the All-America Diving Champions for the 2015-16 season. They have now announced the full list…
The NISCA All-America Diving Champions have been announced for the 2015-16 season. Saline High School’s Camryn McPherson is the female champion, and James…
Drew Livingston won 2 NCAA Diving titles as an undergrad at the University of Texas.
Gen7 diving software and hardware were developed to meet the requests made by USA Diving and FINA to have wired judging systems in place for elite diving events.
The 1964 NCAA Champion on three-meter and three-time All-American on both one and three-meter, he set a standard by which all Ohio State divers should be measured and added another chapter to Ohio State outstanding history of diving.