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Dear USA Diving athletes, coaches, parents and fans:

On behalf of USA Diving and Indiana Sports Corp, welcome to Indianapolis for the 2016

U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving.

Throughout the week, you will have the opportunity to watch our nation’s best divers as

they compete for the honor of representing the United States at the 2016 Olympic Games

in Rio de Janeiro. Years of hard work, dedication and perseverance are showcased as

these athletes compete for their chance to be a part of Team USA.

We extend warmest wishes to our Olympic diving athletes, including many Olympic alumni

who are joining us this week. We encourage everyone to take the time to meet them and

hear their amazing stories.

Be sure to arrive at the IU Natatorium before competition begins so you and your family

can enjoy all that the AT&T H2O Zone has to offer! Autograph sessions, giveaways, games

and more may be found daily in this special fan zone.

We hope you enjoy your time in Indianapolis. There is so much to explore in our city, and

you’ll soon understand why we #LoveIndy. We are especially excited for the U.S. Olympic

Committee’s Road to Rio tour that will make a stop on Monument Circle in downtown

Indianapolis June 24-25. This free event features fun, interactive activities showcasing the

upcoming Olympic Games in Rio and includes live musical performances.

You’re also invited to join us on Monument Circle on June 24 (no competition that day) as

we celebrate the annual “Olympic Day” with Olympic athletes, sports demonstrations and

more.

We’d like to offer a special thanks to the IU Natatorium, the campus of IUPUI, the city of

Indianapolis, the U.S. Olympic Committee, Visit Indy, WTHR and NBC Sports for their

support of this event.

Again, welcome to Indianapolis and the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving. We

hope you enjoy your visit, see some outstanding athletes and experience world-class

competition.

Linda Paul

President and CEO

Ryan Vaughn

President

Event Hotline: 317-550-0058

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schedule of events

IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI

June 18-26, 2016

Saturday, June 18

• 11 a.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard and women’s 10-meter platform synchronized

diving preliminaries

• 8 p.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard and women’s 10-meter platform synchro semifinals

Sunday, June 19

• 11 a.m., Men’s 10-meter platform synchro preliminaries

• 8 p.m., Men’s 10-meter platform synchro semifinals

Monday, June 20

• 10 a.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard and women’s 10-meter platform preliminaries

• 7 p.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard and women’s 10-meter platform semifinals

Tuesday, June 21

• 10 a.m., Women’s 3-meter springboard and men’s 10-meter platform preliminaries

• 7 p.m., Women’s 3-meter springboard and men’s 10-meter platform semifinals

Wednesday, June 22

• 9 p.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard synchro and women’s 10-meter platform

synchro finals

Thursday, June 23

• 7 p.m., Men’s 10-meter platform synchro finals

Friday, June 24

• No competition

Saturday, June 25

• 4:40 p.m., Men’s 3-meter springboard finals

• 8 p.m., Women’s 10-meter platform finals

Sunday, June 26

• 4:50 p.m., Women’s 3-meter springboard finals

• 6:30 p.m., Men’s 10-meter platform finals

Event schedules are subject to change.

All times Eastern Daylight Time

Event Hotline: 317-550-0058

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The AT&T H2O Zone is a free, family-friendly area located in the gymnasium on the main

concourse of the Natatorium.

The area will include fan activities such as:

• Autograph sessions with Olympians

• Question-and-answer sessions with Olympians

• Booths, including the Diving Home interactive booth

• Official Merchandise

• Concessions

• Giveaways

• Entertainment

Saturday, June 18

9:30-11 a.m.

6:30-8 p.m.

Sunday, June 19

9:30-11 a.m.

6:30-8 p.m.

Monday, June 20

8:30-10 a.m.

5:30-7 p.m.

AT&T H2O Zone Schedule

Tuesday, June 21

8:30-10 a.m.

5:30-7 p.m.

Wednesday, June 22

7:30-9 p.m.

Thursday, June 23

5:30-7 p.m.

Friday, June 24

CLOSED

Saturday, June 25

3-4:40 p.m.

Sunday, June 26

3-4:50 p.m.

THE DIVING HOME PROJECT

The IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI has been home to five previous U.S. Olympic

Team Trials – Diving, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2008, and now returns for 2016. To

celebrate coming “home” this year, Indiana Sports Corp has created The Diving Home

Project to capture the big moments and memories that were made here in Indianapolis.

The Diving Home Project will be in the AT&T H2O Zone and will showcase the experience

and memories of divers, coaches and parents. The exhibit takes an inside look on what

it takes to become Olympians. Their road to success is documented in the exhibit with

pictures, videos and interviews of their journeys.

www.thedivinghomeproject.com


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Diving Preview

Five Olympians, including one gold medalist and three other medalists, are among 112

divers competing to be a member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team for diving when the

event returns to the iconic IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI. The Olympic Trials for

diving were last conducted in Indianapolis in 2008.

David Boudia, of Noblesville, Ind., and Purdue University, won the 10-meter individual gold

medal in the 10-meter platform event in the 2012 London Games and was the bronze

medalist in the 10-meter synchro competition. He returns for both events but with a new

synchro partner, Purdue’s Steele Johnson, of Carmel, Ind.

Kristian Ipsen, of Clayton, Calif., and Stanford Diving, who captured the bronze medal in

3-meter synchro in 2012, is a top contender in the individual and synchro event this year.

He made his first attempt to make the Olympic team at the Natatorium in 2008. Ipsen will

compete in 3-meter synchro with his 2012 partner, the four-time Olympian Troy Dumais,

of Ventura, Calif., and Longhorn Aquatics. Dumais competed in his first Olympic Trials

in Indianapolis in 1996. If he makes the team, he will be the first U.S. diver to be on five

Olympic teams.

Abby Johnston, of Upper Arlington, Ohio, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist in synchronized

3-meter, is also a seven-time senior national champion. She will dive in the 3-meter

individual event.

The fifth Olympian is Ariel Rittenhouse of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Stanford Diving. She was

on the 2008 Olympic team and is attempting to become the second U.S. diver to make

two non-consecutive Olympic teams. She will compete in the women’s 3-meter event.

Top contenders in the women’s 10-meter platform individual and synchro competition

include Indianapolis native and seven-time national team member Amy Cozad and Jessica

Parratto, of Dover, N.H., the 2015 NCAA platform champion, who both train at Indiana

University. The pair won the competition at the 2015 Winter Nationals in Indianapolis.

Cozad also won the 10-meter platform individual championship.

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competitors

Women’s 3-Meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Sarah Bacon Indianapolis, Ind. RipFest

Olivia Ball Powell, Ohio/Athens, Ga. Georgia Diving Club

Amanda Burke Southampton, Pa./State College, Pa. Penn State Diving

Nikki Canale Waxhaw, N.C. Carolina Diving Academy

Maria Coburn Round Rock, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Kassidy Cook The Woodlands, Texas Woodlands Diving Academy

Elissa Dawson Durham, N.C. North Carolina Diving

Qiongjie Drew Honolulu, Hawaii/Los Angeles, Calif. Trojan Dive Club

Deidre Freeman Huff Grinnell, Iowa/Iowa City, Iowa Unattached

Alison Gibson Austin, Texas Unattached

Gabby Han Kalamazoo, Mich./Ann Arbor, Mich. Club Wolverine Diving

Cami Hidalgo Mission Viejo, Calif. Mission Viejo Nadadores

Lacey Houser Danville, Ind./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Meghan Houston Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Emma Ivory-Ganja The Woodlands, Texas/Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Abby Johnston Upper Arlington, Ohio/Durham, N.C. Unattached

Samantha Pickens Murrysville, Pa./Tucson, Ariz. Unattached

Lauren Reedy Rochester Hills, Mich./Columbia, Mo. Mizzou Diving

Ariel Rittenhouse Santa Cruz, Calif. Stanford Diving

Olivia Rosendahl Los Angeles, Calif./Evanston, Ill. Unattached

Laura Ryan Elk River, Minn./Athens, Ga. Georgia Diving Club

Brooke Schultz Gainesville, Fla. Unattached

Sine Scribbick San Antonio, Texas Unattached

Carolina Sculti Rye, N.Y. Marlins Diving

Meme Sharp Noblesville, Ind./Pittsburgh, Pa. Unattached

Maren Taylor Arlington, Va./Austin, Texas Unattached

Michole Timm Sauk Rapids, MN/Huntington Beach, Calif. Mission Viejo Nadadores

Mackenzie Willborn Flower Mound, Texas/Durham, N.C. Unattached


competitors

Women’s 10-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Emily Bretscher Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Diving

Samantha Bromberg Bexley, Ohio/Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Amanda Casillas Orange, Calif./Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Diving Club

Cheyenne Cousineau Temperance, Mich./Coral Gables, Fla. Unattached

Amy Cozad Indianapolis, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Christy Cutshaw Durham, N.C. North Carolina Diving

Lisa Faulkner Irvington, Va./Orlando, Fla. YCF Diving Team

Tarrin Gilliland Liberty Hill, Texas/Midland, Texas City of Midland

Cami Hidalgo Mission Viejo, Calif. Mission Viejo Nadarores

Johanna Holloway Boynton Beach, Fla. Fort Lauderdale Diving Team

Mya Kraeger Lighthouse Point, Fla. Unattached

Victoria Lamp Wood Knoxville, Tenn./West Allis, Wis. Schroeder Dive Team

Wallace Layland Orlando, Fla./Coral Gables, Fla. University of Miami

Lydia Lehnert Frederick, Md./Iowa City, Iowa Unattached

Annika Lenz Altadena, Calif. UCLA Diving

Gracia Leydon-Mahoney Newton, Mass./Stanford, Calif. Unattached

Sarah McCrady Eagan, Minn./Indianapolis, Ind. RipFest

Maggie Merriman Orlando, Fla. YCF Diving Team

Krysta Palmer Carson City, Nev. Nevada Diving Club

Jessica Parratto Dover, N.H./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Olivia Rosendahl Los Angeles, Calif./Evanston, Ill. Unattached

Kahley Rowell Dove Canyon, Calif./Berkeley, Calif. Unattached

Rachel Rubadue Columbus, Ohio/Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Diving

Delaney Schnell Tucson, Ariz. Tucson Diving Team

Lexi Tenenbaum Maple Grove, Minn. Unattached

MacKenzie Tweardy Grafton, Ohio/West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Katrina Young Shoreline, Wash./Tallahassee, Fla. Unattached


competitors

Men’s 3-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Mark Anderson Lake Forest, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Joshua Arndt LaPorte, Ind./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Cory Bowersox Burke, Va./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Devin Burnett Plano, Texas Unattached

Grayson Campbell Vienna, Va. Dominion Dive Club

Bradley Christensen Southlake, Texas/Stanford, Calif. Unattached

Joey Cifelli Chicago Heights, Ill./West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Joseph Coumos Tomball, Texas/Notre Dame, Ind. Unattached

Jacob Crayne Sacramento, Calif./Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Diving Club

Joshua Davidson Tomball, Texas The Woodlands Diving Academy

Sam Dorman Tempe, Ariz./Miami, Fla. Unattached

Dwight Dumais Ventura, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Troy Dumais Ventura, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Gregory Duncan Oakton, Va. Dominion Dive Club

Dash Enos Studio City, Calif. University of Southern California

Aaron Fleshner Spring, Texas/Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama Diving

Henry Fusaro Scottsdale, Ariz. Clavadistas del Sol

Dominic Giordano Wexford, Pa. Unattached

Jordan Gotro Sacramento, Calif./Columbia, S.C. South Carolina Divers

Briadam Herrera Miami, Fla. University of Miami

Michael Hixon Amherst, Mass./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Kristian Ipsen Clayton, Calif. Stanford Diving

Hayden Jones Spring, Texas/Denver, Colo. Mile High Dive Club

Bryce Klein Southlake, Texas Unattached

JB Kolod Pittsburgh, Pa./Palo Alto, Calif. Stanford Diving

Connor Kuremsky Wexford, Pa./Stanford, Calif. Stanford Diving

Christopher Law San Antonio, Texas/Columbus, Ohio Unattached

Zachary Nees Hatfield, Pa./State College, Pa. Penn State Diving

Jack Nyquist Alpharetta, Ga./Chapel Hill, N.C. North Carolina Diving

Sean O’Brien Concord, Mass./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Matthew Phillip Frisco, Texas/Baton Rouge, La. Unattached

Stephen Romanik Northfield, Ohio/Columbus, Ohio Unattached

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Men’s 3-meter (Continued)

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Darian Schmidt Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Thomas Shinholser Burtonsville, Md./Blacksburg, Va. H2okie Aquatics

Cameron Thatcher Powell, Ohio Ohio State Diving Club

Clark Thomas Olathe, Kan./Columbia, Mo. Mizzou Diving

Dylan Zoe Eagan, Minn./Minneapolis, Minn. Unattached

Men’s 10-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Tarek Abdelghany Ladera Ranch, Calif./Stanford, Calif. Stanford Diving

Mark Anderson Lake Forest, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Addison Boschult Omaha, Neb./Iowa City, Iowa Hawkeye Diving Club

David Boudia Noblesville, Ind./ West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

James Brady Chapel Hill, N.C Duke Diving

Ben Bramley Wellesley, Mass. Unattached

Andrew Capobianco Holly Springs, N.C. Duke Diving

Zachary Cooper Greenwood, Ind. Ripfest

Nathan Cox Menomonee Falls, Wis./West Lafayette, Ind. Unattached

David Dinsmore New Albany, Ohio/Coral Gables, Fla. University of Miami

Max Flory Fairfax, Va. Dominion Dive Club

Ryan Hawkins Charlotte, N.C./Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fort Lauderdale Diving Team

Steele Johnson Carmel, Ind./West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Harrison Jones Spring, Texas/Denver, Colo. Mile High Dive Club

Christopher Law San Antonio, Texas/Columbus, Ohio Unattached

Scott Lazeroff Rochester, N.Y./Auburn, Ala. Unattached

Theodore Miclau San Francisco, Calif. Stanford Diving

Collin Pollard San Jose, Calif./Los Angeles, Calif. University of Southern California

Manny Pollard Troy, N.Y./Minneapolis, Minn. Unattached

Max Showalter Oak Park, Ill. Purdue University

Toby Stanley Indianapolis, Ind./Durham, N.C. Duke Diving

Jordan Windle Morrisville, N.C. Duke Diving

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competitors

Women’s Synchronized 10-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Emily Bretscher Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Diving

Christy Cutshaw Durham, N.C. North Carolina Diving

Samantha Bromberg Bexley, Ohio/Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Delaney Schnell Tucson, Ariz. Tucson Dive Team

Amy Cozad Indianapolis, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Jessica Parratto Dover, N.H./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Tarrin Gilliland Liberty Hill, Texas/Midland, Texas City of Midland

Krysta Palmer Carson City, Nev. Nevada Diving Club

Johanna Holloway Boynton Beach, Fla. Fort Lauderdale Diving Team

Mya Kraeger Lighthouse Point, Fla. Unattached

Anna James Midland, Texas/West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Katrina Young Shoreline, Wash./Tallahassee, Fla. Unattached

Daria Lenz Altadena, Calif. Unattached

Maggie Merriman Orlando, Fla. YCF Diving

Men’s Synchronized 3-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Mark Anderson Lake Forest, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Dwight Dumais Ventura, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Cory Bowersox Burke, Va./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Zachary Nees Hatfield, Pa./State College, Pa. Penn State Diving

Grayson Campbell Vienna, Va. Dominion Dive Club

Cameron Thatcher Powell, Ohio Ohio State Dive Club

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competitors

Men’s Synchronized 3-meter (Continued)

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

Bradley Christensen Southlake, Texas/Stanford, Calif. Unattached

Bryce Klein Southlake, Texas/Dallas, Texas Unattached

Sam Dorman Tempe, Ariz./Miami, Fla. Unattached

Michael Hixon Amherst, Mass./Bloomington, Ind. TriSynerG Diving Academy

Troy Dumais Ventura, Calif./Austin, Texas Longhorn Aquatics

Kristian Ipsen Clayton, Calif. Stanford Diving

Dash Enos Studio City, Calif. University of Southern California

Henry Fusaro Scottsdale, Ariz. Clavadistas del Sol

Aaron Fleshner Spring, Texas/Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama Diving

Briadam Herrera Miami, Fla. University of Miami

Harrison Jones Spring, Texas/Denver, Colo. Mile High Dive Club

Hayden Jones Spring, Texas/Denver, Colo. Mile High Dive Club

Men’s Synchronized 10-meter

NAME HOMETOWN/CURRENT RESIDENCE CLUB

David Boudia Noblesville, Ind./ West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Steele Johnson Carmel, Ind./West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue University

Ben Bramley Wellesley, Mass. Unattached

Max Flory Fairfax, Va. Dominion Dive Club

Zachary Cooper Greenwood, Ind. RipFest

Max Showalter Oak Park, Ill. Purdue University

David Dinsmore New Albany, Ohio/Coral Gables, Fla. University of Miami

Jordan Windle Morrisville, N.C. Duke Diving

Ryan Hawkins Charlotte, N.C./Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fort Lauderdale Diving Team

Toby Stanley Indianapolis, Ind./Durham, N.C. Duke Diving

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USA Diving is a not-for-profit organization that continues to take the sport of diving and

its athletes of all ages to new levels. We’re passionate about sharing the excitement of

the sport with new fans, and thanks to the support of a dedicated staff and other partner

organizations, diving continues to be the most successful summer Olympic sport for the

United States.

As the national governing body for the sport, we select, condition and train teams to

represent the United States in major diving events, including the Olympic Games, World

Championships and FINA Diving World Cup. Other well-known events include the AT&T

USA Diving National Championships and USA Diving Winter Nationals.

Many of our athletes begin diving as youths in our junior programs conducted through 42

Local Diving Associations (LDAs) encompassing more than 200 clubs nationwide. Some

go on to our senior program to become top national and international competitive divers.

Our masters program supports those who no longer compete at the senior level but wish

to continue diving well into adulthood.

USA Diving also is a resource for guidance and information regarding all aspects of the

sport. Connection through our membership program gives coaches, divers and fans

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What is Indiana Sports Corp?

Indiana Sports Corp was founded in 1979 as the nation’s first sports commission. Today, the notfor-profit

organization continues to create positive impact by hosting world-class sporting events

that enhance vibrancy in the community, build civic pride, drive economic impact and media

exposure, and encourage opportunities for youth.

Indiana Sports Corp was at the forefront of the movement to bring Super Bowl XLVI in 2012 and

the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship Game to Indianapolis.

Indiana Sports Corp has staged more than 450 national and international events in central Indiana.

These events include seven NCAA Men’s Final Fours, three NCAA Women’s Final Fours, 17 U.S.

Olympic Team Trials, the 1987 Pan American Games, 10 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournaments,

19 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournaments, the 2004 FINA World Swimming Championships

and The Solheim Cup 2005, among others.

One of Indiana Sports Corp’s key missions is to provide rich opportunities for Hoosier young

people. Our record is impressive. In 2015 alone, our programming impacted more than 125,000

Indiana youth through the Geared for Health Sports Equipment for Kids program, Susan Williams

CHAMPS Grant Program, and a variety of sports and education programs, clinics and athlete

appearances. The Indiana Sports Corp has many great volunteers from our community who help

make these events successful. Thank you to our U.S. Olympic Trials – Diving volunteers.

For more information, including membership opportunities, visit www.IndianaSportsCorp.org.

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Upcoming Events

Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Outing: June 27, 2016

ISC Corporate Challenge: September 10 and 17, 2016

Big Ten Football Championship Game: December 3, 2016

As a part of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving, USA Diving and the Indiana Sports Corp are

partnering with IUPUI’s Office of Sustainability to undertake measures to assist the campus and

surrounding areas to go green. IUPUI is dedicated to creating a culture of sustainability to make the

campus a place where faculty, students, and staff are engaged in research, teaching and learning

about urban sustainability and its best practices.

Zero-Waste Initiative at the IU Natatorium

The 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving is seeking to become the first zero-waste Olympic

event by recycling or composting at least 90 percent of all post-consumer waste from the

Natatorium during the competition. You can participate by reading the information on the 25 zerowaste

stations located throughout the venue and properly disposing of all waste at the event. If

you have questions about the initiative or where you should dispose of waste, visit the sustainability

booth inside the H20 Zone.

Lilly Arbor Clean-Up Day

The Indiana Sports Corp Olympic Trials Sustainability Committee helped

organize the Lilly Arbor Clean-Up Day. In early June, more than 30 people

volunteered to clean up the Lilly Arbor Restoration site. The group removed

invasive honeysuckle and litter to help the water quality in celebration of the

Olympic Team Trials – Diving being held at IU Natatorium at IUPUI.

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2016 U.S. Olympic Team Selection Process

The 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving will determine which divers will represent

Team USA at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Two divers will be selected in

the individual men’s 3-meter springboard, men’s 10-meter platform and women’s 10-meter

platform. One diver will be selected in the women’s 3-meter event. Additionally, one team

comprised of two divers will be selected in the men’s synchronized 3-meter, women’s

synchronized 10-meter and men’s synchronized 10-meter events.

In each event, divers and teams will perform their lists of dives three times (preliminaries,

semifinals and finals). Scores will be cumulative throughout the competition. For the

individual events, the one or two divers with the highest scores at the conclusion of the

finals will be nominated to the U.S. Olympic Team. In the synchronized events, the team

with the highest cumulative score will be selected to the team.

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Diving 101

Types of Dives

1. Forward Group: The diver faces the front of the board and rotates toward the water. Dives in this group

vary from the simple front dive to the difficult forward 4 1/2 somersault.

2. Backward Group: All dives in the backward group begin with the diver on the end of the board with back

to the water. The direction of rotation is away from the board.

3. Reverse Group: Formerly called “gainers,” these dives begin with the diver facing the front of the board

(using a forward approach) and rotating toward the board.

4. Inward Group: The diver stands on the end of the board with back to the water and rotates toward the

board or opposite of the backward group’s movement. The earlier term for these dives was “cutaways.”

5. Twisting Group: Any dive with a twist is included in this group. There are four types of twisting dives —

forward, backward, reverse and inward. Because of the many possible combinations, this group includes

more dives than any other.

6. Armstand Group: The diver assumes a handstand position on the edge of the platform before executing

the dive.

Body Positions

When each type of dive is performed, the diver utilizes one or more of the four different types of body

positions:

1. Straight: This position requires no bend at the waist or knees. Depending on the dive, however,

there may be an arch in the back. Arm placement is either the diver’s choice or is defined by the dive

performed.

2. Pike: The legs are straight with the body bent at the waist. Similar to the straight position, arm

placement is dictated by the particular dive or by the choice of the diver.

3. Tuck: The body is bent at the waist and knees, with thighs drawn to the chest and heels kept close to

the buttocks.

4. Free: This is not an actual body position, but a diver’s option to use any of the above three positions, or

combinations thereof, when performing a twisting dive. A combination of straight and pike is common,

while tuck is rarely used.

Identifying the Dive

Dives are described by their full name (e.g., reverse 3 1/2 somersault with 1/2 twist) or by their dive number

(e.g., 5371D). Twisting dives have four numerical digits, while all other dives have three. Specific dive

numbers are not random; they are created by using these guidelines:

1. All dives are identified by three or four digits and one letter.

2. The first digit indicates the dive’s group: 1 = forward, 2 = back, 3 = reverse, 4 = inward, 5 = twisting,

6 = armstand.

3. In forward, back, reverse and inward dives, a ‘1’ as the second digit indicates a flying action. A ‘0’

indicates none. In twisting and armstand dives, the second digit indicates the dive’s group (forward,

back, reverse).

4. The third digit indicates the number of half-somersaults.

5. The fourth digit, if applicable, indicates the number of half-twists.

6. The letter indicates body position: A = straight, B = pike, C = tuck, D = free.

Examples:

107B = Forward dive with 3 1/2 somersaults in a pike position

305C = Reverse dive with 2 1/2 somersaults in a tuck position

5253B = Back dive with 2 1/2 somersaults and 1 1/2 twists in a pike position

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Diving 101

Judging

As you watch more diving, especially by talented performers, you will observe that although several divers

may do exactly the same dive, it never looks quite the same. Each individual has unique mannerisms,

characteristics of movement, strengths and timing — all adding up to an abstract but observable

phenomenon called “style.”

Style is difficult to assess by any standard. Even though there are execution criteria all divers must meet,

evaluation remains subjective. No matter how well a dive is performed, artistic likes and dislikes of the judges

play a large part in the outcome of any contest, and for this reason, there are usually differences of opinion

among coaches, competitors, judges and spectators about the accuracy of results.

A dive is scored between zero and 10 points (full or half-point increments) by each judge. A table of the

scores and how they should be awarded appears below:

0............................................. completely failed

½-2..............................................unsatisfactory

2½-4½................................................. deficient

5-6½................................................satisfactory

7-8............................................................ good

8½-9½...............................................very good

10........................................................excellent

In classifying a dive into one of the judging categories, certain parts of each dive must be analyzed and

evaluated, and an overall award obtained. The parts of a dive are:

1. Approach: Should be smooth but forceful, showing good form.

2. Takeoff: Must show control and balance, plus the proper angle of landing and leaving for the dive being

attempted.

3. Elevation: The amount of spring or lift a diver receives from the takeoff greatly affects the appearance

of the dive. Since more height means more time, a higher dive generally affords greater accuracy and

smoothness of movement.

4. Execution: This is most important, for this is the dive. A judge watches for proper mechanical

performance, technique, form and grace.

5. Entry: The entry into the water is significant because it is the last thing the judge sees. Two criteria to

be evaluated are the angle of entry, which should be near vertical, and the amount of splash, which

should be as little as possible.

Scoring

Seven judges are used for the individual events. When judges’ awards are given, the two highest and two

lowest scores are eliminated and the three remaining scores added. The sum is multiplied by the degree of

difficulty (DD) assigned to the dive. DDs can range from 1.2 to 4.1 in one-tenth increments.

Example:

1. Awards: 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 7.0 = 24

2. The total is multiplied by the degree of difficulty (3.0), for a total score of 72 points.

In synchronized diving, 11 judges are used. Three judges rate one diver, three judges rate the second diver,

and five judges rate the pair’s synchronization. The highest and lowest individual scores for each diver are

dropped, and the highest and lowest synchro scores are dropped, placing an emphasis on the synchro

scores. The remaining five scores are added and multiplied by the degree of difficulty, then multiplied by

.6 to get the final score.

Example:

1. Diver A: 8.5 8.0 7.5 Diver B: 8.0 8.0 8.5 Synchronization: 8.5 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.5

2. The sum of the remaining scores (40) is multiplied by the DD (3.0): 40 x 3.0 = 120

3. That number is then multiplied by .6 to achieve the final score: 120 x .6 = total score of 72 points

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MIDDLE DRIVE

MEDICAL DRIVE

Campus Facility Services - June 2,2016

GUEST CONDUCT AND RULES

On Behalf of USA Diving

and the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC)

• Any photographs, videotape or other audio and/or visual recordings of the event created by a

spectator may be used solely for such spectator’s personal non-commercial use, and may not

be posted on the Internet (including, but not limited to, social media), broadcast, published or

disseminated, or used for any commercial purposes, without the prior written consent of the

USOC.

• Spectators may not wear or bring political, religious, or race-related, advertising or promotional

messaging to the venues or display the same in the line of sight from the venue.

• The Olympic Parties reserve the right to refuse admission to or eject any spectator who fails to

comply with these rules or is disruptive to the event or the enjoyment, comfort or safety of other

spectators.

• No flash photography (specifically during competition).

• Spectators must comply with the venue’s rules and list of prohibited items.

On Behalf of the IUPUI Campus and Natatorium

• Firearms and Dangerous Weapons: Possession of a firearm on Indiana University property is

prohibited. The prohibition applies regardless of any permit to carry a firearm. The prohibition

does not apply to law enforcement officers authorized to possess a firearm, either on or off duty,

by the employing law enforcement agency. In rare cases, an exception to this policy may be

granted for academic or research purposes. Such exception must be made by prior written

authorization from the Superintendent of Public Safety, the campus police chief and the campus

chancellor or provost. Possession of a dangerous article or substance as a potential weapon is

also prohibited.

• Other prohibited items include:

o Balloons

o Coolers

o Outside food or drink

o Body paint

o Dyed paper materials such as hula skirts or crepe paper.

o Noise makers

o Any items that can obstruct views, pathways or seating (large signs, banners,

poles, etc.)

Parking Information

Spectator parking will be in the Sports

Garage on the campus of IUPUI. The

Sports Garage is just east of the facility and

is connected to the building. Spectators

will enter the garage via entrance two and

three. Parking will be a flat rate of $6 per

day and will be payable upon entry.

Event Hotline:

317-550-0058

ESKENAZI AVENUE

Ronald McDonald

House

Ball Annex

Ball Residence

64

LANSING STREET

53

Oral Health

60

62

63

Spectators

BEAUTY AVENUE

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Daly

Riley Hospital Addition

Student

Riley Outpatient Center

Van Nuys Center

at IU Health

Medical

Science

Fesler Hall

Nursing School

Riley Outpatient

25

Parking Garage

Emerson Hall

Gatch

Hall

Coleman Hall

34

32

Indiana

Long Hall

Cancer

Glick Eye

Pavilion

Institute

33

54

< (one way) W. MICHIGAN STREET

HANSON AVENUE

Athletes/Coaches/Staff

Volunteers

Media

VIP

Dental School

W. VERMONT STREET

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55

BARNHILL DRIVE

W. NEW YORK STREET

BARNHILL DRIVE

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Vermont Street

Parking Garage

W. VERMONT STREET (one way) >

Barnhill

Parking Garage

Michael A. Carrol

Stadium

42

Medical

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& Library

HADLEY DRIVE

IU Health University Hospital

IU Simon Cancer Center

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79

Sports Garage (2nd & 3rd entrance) $6 pay per entry

Sports Garage (2nd & 3rd entrance) Permits

Riverwalk Garage (Top Two Floors Only)

Riverwalk Garage (Top two Floors Only)

Sports Garage (1st entrance)

University

Hospital

Parking Garage

UNIVERSITY BLVD.

UNIVERSITY BLVD.

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University

Tower

< (one way) W. MICHIGAN STREET

Cavanaugh

Hall

Lecture

Hall

81

University

Hall

Physical

Education &

Natatorium

Education &

Social Work

Sports Complex

Parking Garage

OHIO STREET

BLAKE STREET

Hine Hall

Tower

Garage 70

Joseph T.

Taylor Hall

Business/SPEA

Riverwalk

Parking Garage

National

Institute for

Fitness &

Sport

BLAKE STREET

North Hall

North Street

Parking

Garage

77

Engineering &

Technology

86

W. WABASH ST.

NCAA

Headquarters

Expansion

University

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W. NORTH STREET

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71

Eskenazi Hall

Blackford

Street

Parking Garage

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& Technology

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69

Science

Building

Science

Engineering

Lab Bldg

BLACKFORD STREET

< (one way) BLACKFORD STREET

BLACKFORD STREET

83

85

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Gateway

Parking

Garage

INDIANA AVE.

W. NEW YORK ST.

Indiana State Museum

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CALIFORNIA STREET

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The City of Indianapolis

This June marks the sixth time that the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Diving will be held at the IU

Natatorium on IUPUI’s campus. Indianapolis has played host to many high-profile sporting events,

including the Pan American Games in 1987, the FIG World Gymnastics Championship in 1991,

The Solheim Cup in 2005, and Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. The city also has hosted numerous

NCAA championships.

Indianapolis residents and visitors also can enjoy sporting events on a more regular basis. The

city is home to the NBA’s Indiana Pacers, NFL’s Indianapolis Colts and WNBA’s Indiana Fever.

Indianapolis also has Triple-A baseball’s Indianapolis Indians, hockey’s Indy Fuel and North

American Soccer League’s Indy Eleven. The national governing bodies for USA Track & Field, USA

Diving, USA Gymnastics and USA Football all are also located in Indianapolis, along with the NCAA

and National Federation of State High School Associations.

The city also has gained an international reputation as host to the two largest single-day sporting

events in the world – the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400. These events are held at the

famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Having the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving call Indianapolis home only adds to the city’s

tremendous sports reputation.

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