2013 SEC Diver of the Year has received a two-year suspension from FINA.
Divers from a total nine nations – China, Finland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway and Russia – occupied…
University of Iowa divers Addison Boschult and Lydia Lehnert posted top-five finishes to earn a berth to the 2014 AT&T National Diving Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee, from Aug. 12-17.
2014 double springboard NCAA Champion Michael Hixon has been officially announced as having signed with the Indiana Hoosiers, and will have…
Diving giant China sealed an impressive six days at the 19th FINA Diving World Cup held at Shanghai’s Oriental Sports Centre (CHN) from July 15-20, 2014, pocketing all nine titles on offer.
2014 NCAA platform national champion Nick McCrory competed in the finals of the men’s 3-meter springboard event Saturday, July 19 at the FINA Diving World Cup.
Universal Sports is offering daily delayed television coverage of the FINA Diving World Cup at 8 p.m. ET each night. Coverage is also available on universalsports.com.
Boschult and Lehnert will compete on the platform, while Heffner will dive on the 1 and 3-meter springboard. The top-five finishers on the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform will earn a bid to the 2014 AT&T National Diving Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee, from Aug. 12-17.
University of Texas rising sophomore diver Murphy Bromberg helped the United States to fourth place in the team competition Tuesday at the 2014 FINA Diving World Cup, the premier international diving event of the year.
Johnston will be joined in Shanghai by former Duke and Team USA teammate Nick McCrory, who is coming off of winning his record fourth national title in men’s platform diving at the 2014 NCAA Championship.
Prize money will be distributed to the medallists as follows: USD $10’000 (1st place), USD $8’000 (2nd place), USD 5’000 (3rd place) for each of the nine events.
The Florida Gators have hired a new diving coach.
160 divers from 28 countries compete at the 19th FINA Diving World Cup July 15-20th.
Double 2014 NCAA Champion diver Michael Hixon has been granted a release by the University of Texas, he confirmed today. This…
The ISHOF is moving to Santa Clara, and the whole aquatics complex will be getting a rebuild in the coming years.