U.S. Divers, Parratto, Magaña and Hixon earn three medals on first day of Finals at FINA Grand Prix in Rostock, Germany.
The Big Ten Conference celebrated its 105th class of recipients who earned the esteemed Big Ten Medal of Honor, including three swimmers and a diver.
The men’s 3-meter and women’s 10-meter field is set for Saturday’s final after Thursday’s preliminary and semifinal competition at the USA Diving Senior National Championships. Twelve divers in each event advanced to finals.
Olympian Katrina Young paired with Samantha Bromberg for the win in women’s synchronized 10-meter, and Olympic silver medalist Michael Hixon dove with Andrew Capobianco for a victory in men’s synchronized 3-meter.
Michael Hixon and Andrew Capobianco won a bronze medal in synchronized 3-meter as the FINA Diving World Series in Montreal kicked off Friday with four synchronized diving events.
The FINA Diving Grand Prix will return to the United States for the first time in six years this week, April 11-14, 2019, at the newly renovated Marguerite Aquatics Center in Mission Viejo, California, with 25 countries competing in this week’s events.
With two weeks to go until the FINA Diving Grand Prix returns to the United States for the first time in six years April 11-14, 2019, USA Diving announced Wednesday that 25 divers, including three 2016 Olympians, will represent the stars and stripes in Mission Viejo, California.
Indiana’s Jessica Parratto won her second-straight event on the women’s side, capping a dominant Zone Championships. Parratto won on platform, beating two-time defending NCAA champ Olivia Rosendahl of Northwestern. Parratto also beat Rosendahl at Big Tens, though Parratto has won Big Tens the past two years only for Rosendahl to take the win at NCAAs.
Newcomers and redshirt returners threaten to shake up last year’s diving order, including on 1-meter, where UCLA’s Maria Polyakova returns from a redshirt year to recreate what was a seven-point thriller of a finish with Sarah Bacon and Alison Gibson in 2017.
Zone diving couldn’t have gone much better for the Indiana Hoosiers over the first two days: IU diver Jessica Parratto won the women’s 1-meter title, while Hoosiers James Connor and Andrew Capobianco went 1-2 for the second-straight day, this time on men’s 3-meter.
Indiana’s men went 1-2 on 1-meter to open the Zone C Diving Championships, while several top-10 contending teams qualified divers to NCAAs.
Indiana took down Michigan. How it happened. All the numbers. All of them.
46.3% of IU’s individual points came from just 4 of the 16 individual events.
Lilly King is in the hunt for a four-peat in the 100 breast tonight at the Women’s B1G Championships.
Siobhan Haughey will aim to defend her B1G title in the women’s 200 IM tonight in Bloomington.