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USPA National Skydiving Championships

More than 500 of the nation’s most advanced aerial athletes competed at the USPA National Skydiving Championships, the country’s largest skydiving competition. The best jumps will air on Universal Sports on Monday, October 13 at 8 PM ET. Photos from the USPA National Skydiving Championships: (Human Flight Media)   (Brian Festi) (Niklas Daniel) (Human Flight Media) Back […]

USPA Sky Diving Champs

Be sure to check out the USPA National Sky Diving Championship, premiering October 13th at 8pm ET/PT, only on Universal Sports.

2014 Youth Olympics: Yang wins 10m Platform Diving

The Chinese continue their sweep of diving as Yang Hao post the biggest Platform dive of the night at 101.50 points, helping him win Gold by 134.2 points.

2014 Youth Olympics: Gagne 2nd in 10m Platform Diving

With some strong dives throughout the competition, Philippe Gagne (CAN) moves up from third in the final rounds to claim the Silver.

2014 Youth Olympics: Shengping wins 10m Platform Diving

Wu Shengping (CHN) was able to easily sweep the Women’s 10m Platform Diving event with a total of 526.20 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s 10m Platform: Bo wins 2nd

Qiu Bo (CHN) takes second at the Men’s 10m Platform event with a total of 528.50 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s 10m Platform: Jian wins Gold

China keeps winning, this time with Yang Jian for the Men’s 10m Platform event with a total of 543.85 points.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Men’s 10m Platform Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s 3m Springboard: Tingmao wins Gold

China continues to dominate as Shi Tingmao takes gold in the Women’s 3m Springboard event with a total of 383.4 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s 3m Springboard: Zi wins 2nd

He Zi (CHN) takes second at the Women’s 3m Springboard event with a total of 369.65 points.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Women’s 3m Springboard Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s 3m Springboard: Boudia Gets 8th

David Boudia (USA) comes in 8th place in the Men’s 3m Springboard event with a total of 471.20 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s 3m Springboard: Chong Wins

Three time World Champ, He Chong (CHN) gets the win in Men’s 3m Springboard with a total of 540.35 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s 3m Springboard: Yuan 2nd

Cao Yuan (CHN) takes 2nd place for China in Men’s 3m Springboard with a total of 526.70 points.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Men’s 3m Springboard Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s 10m Platform: Huang Xiaohui Wins

Huang Xiaohui (CHN) takes gold in 10m Women’s 10m Platform with a total of 3373.60 points.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Women’s 10m Platform Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s Spring Board Synchro: USA 4th

Samuel Dorman and David Boudia take 4th for USA in the Men’s 3m Synchro Spring Boar event.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s Spring Board Synchro: Germany 2nd

Feck Stephan and Hausing Patrick get 2nd place in the Men’s 3m Synchro Spring Board event with a total of 431.40 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Men’s Spring Board Synchro: China 1st

Lin Yue and Cao Yuan took first place for China in Shinghai with a total score of 461.31.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Men’s 3m Synchro Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s Platform Synchro: China 1st

Chen Ruolin and Liu Huixia win 1st place for China in Women’s 10m Platform Synchro with a total of 357.66 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s Platform Synchro: Malaysia 2nd

Mun Yee Leong and Jun Hoong Cheong get 2nd place for Malaysia with a total of 336.66 points in Shanghai.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s Platform Synchro: USA 8th

Katrina Young and Amy Cozad come in 8th and bring 281.82 points for the Women’s Platform Synchro.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Women’s 10m Synchro Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving world Cup: Men’s Platform Synchro: Germany 2nd

Moving up from Bronze in 2012, Klein Sascha Matthias and Hausding Patrick (GER) take 2nd today, 49.68 points behind the Chineses, with a total of 444.78. They were the only team, aside from the Chinese, to score a 90 plus dive.

2014 Diving world Cup: Men’s Platform Synchro: USA 3rd

David Boudia and Steele Johnson (USA) claim bronze by less than three points over Mexico. Their biggest dive was in the three round, scoring 81.60, helping them get a total of 414.12.

2014 Diving world Cup: Men’s Platform Synchro: China wins

Cao Yuan, with a new parner, Lin Yue (CHN) get his third straight World Cup win (2010, 2012, 2014) with 494.46 points, helped by the biggest dive of the night in the final round scoring 98.28.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Men’s 10m Synchro Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s Springboard Synchro: China wins

Wu Minxia and Shi Tingmao take 1st for China with a total of 340.50 points.

2014 Diving World Cup: Women’s Springboard Synchro: Canada 2nd

Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware bring home 2nd place for Canada at the World Cup 3m Synchro with a total of 318.33 points, 22.17 behind China.

2014 FINA Diving World Cup: Shanghai, China: Women’s 3m Synchro Final

Created in 1979, the World Cup is a biannual, six-day event which welcomes the best divers in action with nine titles on offer: women’s and men’s 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

2013 FINA Aquatics World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 3-4 + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Aquatics World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 3-4 + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 31 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Women 20m + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Women 20m + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 30 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 1-2

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: High Diving: Men 27m Round 1-2 (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 29 @10:00amET. 

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: Klein gets bronze

Sascha Klein (GER) finished with a total score of 508.55, having his best dives in rounds 5 and 6. Klein narrowly edged out Mexican swimmers German Sanchez and Ivan Garcia for the bronze medal.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: American Boudia gets silver

Olympic gold medalist David Boudia (USA) finished with a total score of 517.40, losing to Qiu Bo by 63.60 points. David Boudia also took silver at the previous world championships in Shanghai.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform: Qiu Bo wins

Olympic medalist Qiu Bo (CHN) looked flawless today, finishing with a score of 581.00. Bo beat out 2nd place American Boudia by 63.60 points.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 28 @8:00amET. 

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 10m PLAT + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 3m SPR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 27 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Women’s 3m SPR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Castillo gets bronze

Yahel Castillo (MEX) finished with a final score of 498.30, with his biggest dives coming from the 3rd and 6th round. Castillo was also a bronze medalist in the 3m Synchro Springboard at the 2011 World Championships.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Kuznetsov gets silver

Evgeny Kuznetsov (RUS) finished with a final score of 508.00, 36.95 points behind winner and reigning champ Chong (CHN). Kuznetsov also took silver in the 3m Synchro Springboard.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: He Chong wins his 3rd consecutive title

The two time reigning champ He Chong (CHN) successfully defended his title with a winning score of 544.95. Chong’s easily won after his biggest competitor, Qin Kai (CHN) made a costly mistake in the 3rd round to drop himself into 10th place.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: Terrible dive cost Kai gold

The former 2007 world champ Qin Kai (CHN) came into this competition as one of the clear favorites to win it all, but a horrible dive in the 3rd round bumped him into 10th place. Kai went on to finish 5th in the event.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: American Ipsen finishes 12th

Kristian Ipsen (USA) couldn’t seem to find his rhythm today as he finished with a final score of 413.35, placing him in last place in the final round. Ipsen’s best dive cam in the 5th round as he scored a 84.00 point dive.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 3m Springboard: American Ipsen finishes 12th

Kristian Ipsen (USA) couldn’t seem to find his rhythm today as he finished with a final score of 413.35, placing him in last place in the final round. Ipsen’s best dive cam in the 5th round as he scored a 84.00 point dive.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 3m SR + Awards

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph.

2013 FINA Swimming World Championships: Diving Final Men’s 3m SR + Awards (mobile)

In addition to traditional platform and springboard diving events, high diving will make its debut at this year’s world championships. Divers will compete from a 20m (women) or 27m (men) platform and hit the water travelling at speeds of 50 mph. This event airs July 26 @11:30amET.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: American Lamp 10th

22 year old Victoria Lamp (USA) started off the competition with a great dive that landed her in first place, but struggled throughout the rest of the event trying to find that same success. She finished with a total score of 301.20.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Diving 10m Platform: Prokopchuk gets bronze

European champ Luliia Prokopchuk (UKR) finished with a total score of 358.40, 30.30 points out of second place. This is her first medal at this year’s championships.

 
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