Olivia Ball finished third in the 3m springboard event at the Zone B Championships to give Georgia their 19th Invite to the 2015 Women’s NCAA D1 Championships.
NCAA Zone Diving meets begin next Monday, and this season, a major change will take effect to the NCAA qualifying…
David Boudia will lead Team USA to this year’s FINA diving World Cup series.
London Mayor Boris Johnson: “I urge people to snap up tickets to this sporting spectacular. We want competitions like this to inspire a new generation of young athletes and to get Londoners to take the plunge.”
Tom Daley returned to Plymouth and took back his British title on the final day of the British Gas Championships.
Meaghan Benfeito, 2012 Olympic bronze medallist, and current 10m synchro World champion Sascha Klein took the gold in both platform events, individual and synchro, in the first meet of the 2015 FINA Diving Grand Prix.
Double Commonwealth Champion Jack Laugher won his second British title of the British Gas Diving Championships on day two of competition in Plymouth.
Chris Mears and Jack Laugher won their first British title as a synchro pair after winning the 3m Synchro on the first day of competition at the British Gas Diving Championships in Plymouth.
The first women’s points of the 2015 SEC Championships have been set-in-stone after the completion of the 3-meter prelims event…
In the preliminary round of the men’s 1-meter event, the first competition with scoring implications at the 2015 SEC Swimming…
USA Diving will send teams to two FINA Diving Grand Prix meets in April, with divers headed to Mexico and Puerto Rico to represent Team USA.
Three Olympians headline the nine-diver team that will compete April 2-5 in Leon, Mexico.
As the “Official Scoring and Display System,” Colorado Time Systems will provide scoring and display equipment and technical support for USA Diving’s major championship events.
Just two weeks before hosting the 2015 Women’s NESCAC Swimming & Diving Championship, the Wesleyan Women topped Coast Guard by…
Some of Great Britain’s top divers, including former World Champ Tom Daley, have been training in Rio de Janeiro this winter, checking out the host city of the 2016 Olympic Games.