Team USA had a successful Saturday, winning one gold and four bronze medals on the first day of finals at the USA FINA Diving Grand Prix.
Four Americans are among the divers qualifying for Saturday’s individual finals at the United States FINA Diving Grand Prix after preliminary and semifinal competition Thursday.
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.
The Biggest news coming into this morning is that Andrew Seliskar will not be swimming the 400 IM, and rather is opting for the 200 free today.
Team USA returned to competition Thursday morning to compete in the 3-meter synchro finals, as Maria Coburn and Krysta Palmer placed seventh in the women’s event, while Mark Anderson and Tyler Downs were sixth on the men’s side.
Day one of the FINA Diving World Series – Beijing began with Team USA competing in the women’s and men’s platform synchro finals Wednesday evening.
After competing last week in the Sagamihara World Series in Japan, Team USA has arrived in Beijing, where all seven divers will compete at The National Aquatics Center – Water Cube, the home of Beijing 2008, for the second circuit of the World Series.
The USA Diving High Performance department announced today the 2019 High Performance Tier Two Squad, consisting of 15 divers.
Competition continued for Team USA at the FINA Diving World Series 2019 – Sagamihara as Maria Coburn and Tarrin Gilliland placed eighth in the women’s 3-meter synchro, while Mark Anderson and Tyler Downs finished seventh in the men’s 3-meter synchro.
Team USA has arrived in Sagamihara, where all seven divers will compete at the Sagamihara Green Pool for the 2019 FINA Diving World Series – Sagamihara, which begins Friday, March 1 (local time) and concludes Sunday, March 3 (local time).
Seven divers have been selected to represent Team USA in next month’s FINA World Series meets in Sagamihara, Japan and Beijing, China.
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Chris O’Shea of Three Village Swim Club has signed with West Virginia University to finish his three remaining years of eligibility.
Leigh Russell has been appointed as CEO of Swimming Australia, marking the first woman to hold the role within the organization.
Swimming Australia has retained global executive search firm Odgers Berndston to assist in its search for a new CEO.