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Olympic diver determined to land job at McEntire

Justin Dumais, the Olympic diver who wants to be a fighter pilot, could well be headed for a job at McEntire Air National Guard Station....At the Olympics, the brothers finished sixth. Soon after, Justin Dumais learned he did not win the fierce competition for one of McEntire’s fighter pilot training spots.


Reversing a trend, Ottawa sinks money into elite coaching

government took a step yesterday toward keeping some of the country's top coaches from dropping out of the profession or fleeing the country when it targeted them to receive more than half of a $19.1-million grant in sport funding,......"If you have to pay a six-figure salary to keep a top coach like Michel Larouche, who trains [world champion diver] Alexandre Despatie, you pay it -- or someone else will. "You can throw all kinds of money at athletes and it won't make them any better if there's not good coaching to advise them how to spend it best."


Divers just don't get no respect

A moment of silence, please, for Rodney Dangerfield, the only diver to successfully execute the Triple Lindy in competition. (See "Back to School.")


Chicago -Lincoln-Way is looking for a boys diving coach. Contact David Brost at (815) 464-4138
Former BYU diver experiences joy and grief in Athens
The 1973 First National AAU Age Group Diving Program
Look for famous Divers, some went on to be famous coaches

Columbia Heights Rains scored 260.80 points in the one-meter diving competition to erase an 11-year-old school record.
GHS Diving Coach Remembered as Caring and Patient Teacher
St. Andrew's Dehn wins 1-meter title I Dehn, Oliver top PBC divers
Taking the plunge

Tired of the gymnastics grind, seeking refuge from the Arizona sun, Tawni Jones took a plunge about 10 years ago - into a swimming pool. ....What started as something fun to do for the former Level 9 gymnast turned into a serious pastime. Now the Mesa Mountain View High junior is queen of Arizona prep divers.


American Fan's Turn Out to Cheer Diving Pigs (Photo # 9)
Garcia, To Be Honored Saturday
Larouche dreams of a center of drive in Montreal/English I French

Hurricanes forced issue on state swimming venue site. The Florida High School Athletic Association announced Wednesday that the state swimming and diving championships will be Nov. 5-6 in Gainesville instead of Sebastian.

Don't I know you?: Diving in

In 2003, he went undefeated in the 1-meter springboard and became the first national diving champion for the men's program in 35 years. In 2004, Puhakka won the NCAA title on the 3-meter springboard


Australian to Lose a Diving Well Due to Heating Cost
TC diving leads way for swim victory in seven-team tourney
McCormick, Vanderweghe to Attend Groundbreaking

Pat McCormick created the biggest splash in the history of diving by winning two gold medals in two consecutive Olympic games. She became the first and only woman to achieve what is called a “double-double.”


Brothers Taylor and Cameron Dehn went first and second in the diving competition for the Scots’ boys and Michelle Bertolino won on the 1-meter springboard for the girls.
A Goodbye from Dick Wilson himself
Olko takes Rye Diving Invitational title
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