SHEFFIELD, England, September 3. OVER the weekend, the 2007 FINA Diving World Series began with the first stop being dominated by the Chinese in Sheffield, England. The Chinese contingent won
OXFORD, Ohio, August 29. THE Miami University department of athletics, in conjunction with head women's swimming coach Dave Jennings and head men's swimming coach Pete Lindsay, announced the hiring of
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia, August 24. DAVE Fafara, longtime Virginia men's and women's diving coach, announced Friday he is retiring from coaching. Fafara held the post at UVa for 18 years before
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 23. GEORGETOWN University Head Swimming and Diving Coach Steven Cartwright announced the addition of Bob Schneider as the diving coach to the program. Schneider brings a wealth
BANGKOK, Thailand, August 18. CHINA claimed the lion's share of diving gold medals at the World University Games held in Bangkok, Thailand this past week. Italy's Noemi Batki and Ukraine's
STANFORD, California, August 6. THOMAS Finchum's fortune cookie at dinner Saturday night said, "Your hard work will soon pay off." A day later, he won two titles at the Kaiser
STANFORD, California, August 5. OLYMPIANS Laura Wilkinson and Troy Dumais each won a pair of national titles Saturday at the Kaiser Permanente National Diving Championships at the Maas Diving Center.
STANFORD, California, August 2. JEVON Tarantino won his second national title on 1-meter upon scoring 381.40 points Thursday at the Kaiser Permanente National Diving Championships at the Maas Diving Center.
Indiana University’s Christina Loukas Wins Women’s One-Meter Title at Kaiser Permanente National Diving Championships
STANFORD, California, August 1. CHRISTINA Loukas scored 293.45 points to win the women's 1-meter national title at the Kaiser Permanente National Diving Championships at the Maas Diving Center on Wednesday