Boudia and Dorman win 3-meter synchro diving title
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — David Boudia and Sam Dorman won the men’s 3-meter synchronized title Sunday on the final day of the U.S. Diving Winter Nationals.
Boudia of Noblesville, Ind., and Dorman of Tempe Ariz., totaled 799.77 points over two rounds to win on the University of Texas campus. Dorman also teamed with Darian Schmidt of Bloomington, Ind., to claim the silver with 778.95.
Dwight Dumais of Ventura, Calif., and Aaron Fleshner of Spring, Texas, were third.
Maren Taylor of Arlington, Va., won the women’s 3-meter title, and Steele Johnson of Carmel, Ind., took the men’s 10-meter title.
Anna James of Midland, Texas, and Jessica Parratto of Dover, N.H., won the women’s 10-meter synchro title.
Johnson and Taylor qualified for next year’s FINA World Cup competition. David Dinsmore of New Albany, Ohio, finished second in 10-meter to qualify, while Laura Ryan of Elk River, Minn., was fourth on 3-meter to earn a World Cup spot.
Johnson won his third individual 10-meter national title with 1,469.70 points over three rounds in the finals. Dinsmore, who won the 10-meter synchro title with Johnson on Saturday, finished with 1,240.60. Toby Stanley of Conway, Ark., was third.
Taylor won her second national title in two days, having won the 3-meter synchro title Saturday. In the individual final, Taylor finished with 923.90.
Casey Matthews of Getzville, N.Y., was second at 907.75. Emma Ivory-Ganja of The Woodlands, Texas, was third.
James and Parratto won the 10-meter synchro with 610.56 points over two rounds. Samantha Bromberg of Bexley, Ohio, and Cheyenne Cousineau of Temperance, Mich., were second at 569.61.