Indiana University diver James Connor won three events and secured his spot on Team Australia for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio this summer.
Auburn High School Girls lower their own 400 free relay record in addition to capturing several other top seeds in the prelims of the AHSAA Championships.
USA Diving combed through new reports, social media, and messages sent in to USA Diving to compile their list of committed athletes.
Luke Cooperman from Warrenville, Illinois, has committed to join the top-tier diving program at the University of Minnesota. Cooperman is…
Through the final 2 days of competition at the Arizona Wildcat Diving Invite, All-American Rafa Quintero swept his events. SDSU’s Alexandra Caplan won the women’s 1-meter on Saturday, while Arizona’s Quintero won the men’s 3-meter.
The final 2 days of the Texas Diving Invite saw ASU’s Mara Aiacoboae on top of the podium again after winning the women’s 10-meter. On the men’s side, Texas All-American Mark Anderson won both the 3-meter and 10-meter events.
On Day 1 of the Texas Diving Invite, several teams traveled to Austin to compete. The winner of the women’s 3 meter diving event was ASU’s Mara Aiacoboae.
On day 1 of the Wilcat Diving Invite, Arizona’s NCAA All-American Rafa Quintero took the mens 1-meter to start off the competition for the men. Teammate Kaitlin Costello won the 3-mete event on the women’s side.
Britain’s best divers will arrive in Sheffield next summer with their only aim to secure their place on the plane to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games.
The University of Connecticut men’s and women’s diving teams wrapped up its dual meet against UMass on Saturday with four first-place finishes.
Over the course of the last three weeks, Indiana University divers past and present took part in three FINA Grand Prix diving events all across the world.
A former diving coach at the Berkeley Preparatory school in Tampa, Florida has had his sentence reduced dramatically in a child pornography case.
The 2015 FINA Diving Grand Prix’s last leg concluded this Sunday November 1 in Gold Coast, Australia, where the world’s finest divers delivered outstanding performances during the four-day competition.
Deidre Freeman (Grinnell, Iowa/Iowa City, Iowa) and Maren Taylor (Arlington, Va./Austin, Texas) scored 281.70 points to finish fourth in women’s synchronized 3-meter Sunday at the FINA Grand Prix Gold Coast meet in Australia.
Laura Ryan (Elk River, Min./Athens, Ga.) and Deidre Freeman (Grinnell, Iowa/Iowa City, Iowa) finished seventh and eighth in the women’s 3-meter event Friday at the FINA Grand Prix Gold Coast meet in Australia.