The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series hits the Beirut’s neighborhood of Raouché, with the reigning champions intending to stretch their winning form.
China won 6 of the final 9 gold medals in diving to lead all nations with 11 – one more than they earned last time they competed at this event in 2015.
China added to its 3 gold medals from yesterday with wins in both of Friday’s diving events, bringing their total to 5 golds in 6 events so far.
China won gold medals in 3 of 4 diving events on the first day of diving medal finals at the 2019 World University Games/Summer Universiade.
The young Russian divers grabbed 11 titles and 9 silvers at home at the European Junior Diving Championships in Kazan last week.
Mexico could face Olympic and World Championship ban following some controversies involving Mexican Federal Sports Commsssioner Ernesto D’Alessio.
On June 22, the world’s best cliff divers return to the the visually stunning volcanic island in the Portuguese Azores for the 8th year in a row.
Athletes from China earned five gold medals – out of 10 – in the fifth leg of the 2019 FINA Diving Grand Prix, held in Bolzano (ITA), on June 14-16.
The National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) has announced 200 divers as high school All-Americans for the 2018-2019 season.
British Diving has named a strong team of 13 divers who will travel to Gwangju, South Korea next month for the World Aquatics Championships.
The Chinese divers excelled in the women’s events at the FINA Diving Grand Prix this weekend in Madrid, Spain, winning three of the four gold medals.
Texas A&M’s Kurtis Mathews earned a bronze medal in the 1-meter competition at the Australian Open National Championships.
Colorado diver Ashlyn Foster has accepted her appointment to attend the United States Air Force Academy and will begin in the fall of 2019.
The final of day of the British Diving Championships 2019 served up a duo of debut senior domestic titles for Noah Williams and Scarlett Mew Jensen at Edinburgh’s Royal Commonwealth Pool.
Springboard specialist James Heatly secured his second gold of the weekend, as he cruised to the top of the rankings in the Men’s 3m Springboard on day two of the British Diving Championships.