Diving

China, Germany and Canada Grab Diving Gold in Germany

China was once again the leading nation in the second leg of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2016, which took place this weekend (January 29-31) in the North of German, in Rostock.

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Australian Olympic Champion Diver Matthew Mitcham Retires

Australia’s Matthew Mitcham, who won Olympic gold in Beijing, has retired.

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SDSU’s Brown, USD’s Hertting Collect Summit League Divers of the Week

South Dakota State’s Parker Brown was named Summit League Men’s Diver of the Week while South Dakota’s Greysen Hertting earned Women’s Diver of the Week for their performances during the week of Jan. 18-24.

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Daley retains National title in Southend

World Champion Tom Daley impressed the sold out crowd in Southend as he took the gold medal in the Men’s 10m Platform final on the last day of the British National Diving Cup.

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British Diving Announces Strong Team for FINA World Cup

A team of 15 divers has been selected to travel to Rio for the 2016 Olympic test event where the aim will be to qualify Great Britain’s remaining quota places for the Games this summer.

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Somhegyi, Olesiak Named Summit League Divers of the Week

IUPUI’s Krisztian Somhegyi was named Summit League Men’s Diver of the Week while South Dakota State’s Olivia Olesiak earned Women’s Diver of the Week for their performances during the week of Jan. 11-17.

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Diving GP 2016: Austria and China Take Gold in Madrid

Diving powerhouse China clinched gold in seven events out of eight this weekend at the inaugural leg of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2016, leaving Austria winning gold in one event – the men’s 3m springboard.

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World’s Elite Divers Heading to Madrid for Diving Grand Prix 2016

The three-day event featuring a total of 56 divers (28 men and 28 women) from 14 countries* will gather for the inaugural leg of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2016, organised in the Spanish capital from February 15-17.

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Ohio State Divers Team Up to Make Scarves for Patients at James Cancer

A few days before the ground was covered with snow and the air had a biting chill to it, the weather in Columbus was nothing short of pleasant. Nearing 50 degrees with the sun shining, not to mention within days of ringing in the New Year, was actually nothing short of wonderful.

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IUPUI’s Somhegyi, Berger Sweep Summit League Weekly Diving Awards

IUPUI’s Krisztian Somhegyi was named Summit League Men’s Diver of the Week while teammate Melissa Berger earned Women’s Diver of the Week for their performance during the week of Jan. 4-10.

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NCAA Contenders Square off At Georgia Diving Invite

Yu Zhou was one of the best divers in the NCAA last year, in Georgia she competed with some exciting newcomers

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NC State Readies For Georgia Diving Invitational

The NC State diving team is set to make its appearance in the Wolfpack’s first meet of 2016 at the Georgia Diving Invitational, hosted by the University of Georgia inside Gabrielsen Natatorium Sunday through Tuesday.

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Mustang Divers Set For Georgia Diving Invite

SMU divers head to Athens, Georgia, for the Georgia Diving Invitational Sunday through Tuesdayat the Gabrielsen Natatorium. Mustang men and women will compete in springboard and platform with 1- and 3-meter taking place on Sunday and Monday, and platform wrapping up competition on Tuesday.

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Purdue’s Joe Cifelli Sweeps Weekly Big Ten Honors

Joe Cifelli was named the Diver and Freshman of the week for the Big Ten conference. The Purdue newcomer placed 11th in the 3-meter and 12th in the 3-meter synchro at USA Diving Nationals.

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Cozad wins 10-meter at USA Diving Winter Nationals

Amy Cozad won her first individual national title and eighth overall with a win on women’s 10-meter, while Kristian Ipsen (featured image) won his 14th national title in men’s 3-meter Saturday at the USA Diving Winter National Championships.

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