Steele Johnson Wins NCAA 1-Meter Diving National Championship

#DivingSchool After diving in the Olympics this summer and winning a silver medal ont he platform with David Boudia the NCAA meet should be easy for Purdue’s Steele Johnson. Last season he officially took a redshirt to train for the Olympics, but he was back this season in the pool competing for Purdue as a sophomore. After tonight, he is halfway to Boudia’s school record of...
Via Hammer and Rails
March 23, 2017

What they're saying: Boudia earns USA's first back-to-back 10m medals since Louganis

American diving icon David Boudia will leave the 2016 Rio Olympics with two medals -- silver in the synchronized 10m with Steele Johnson and bronze in the individual 10m. After winning gold in the individual 10m in London, Boudia became the first American to win back-to-back medals in the event since Greg Louganis took gold in 1984 and 1988. Following Boudia's bronze medal on Saturday...
Via CSN Chicago
August 20, 2016

Boudia Advances to 10M Final, Johnson Eliminated

David Boudia will have a chance to defend his gold in London It was a rough morning for the American divers from Purdue, but David Boudia will at least advance to the 10 meter platform finals with a shot to defend his gold from London. Boudia finished 10th with a 458.35 after he had a solid preliminary round. That was just enough to advance to tonight’s final at 4:30pm, as he...
Via Hammer and Rails
August 20, 2016

Sheilagh Boudia in awe of son David's work ethic

David Boudia is an Olympic gold medalist. His mother Sheilagh recalls how it all began in this exclusive interview...
Via CSN Chicago
August 15, 2016

Boudia on Johnson: He's been like a brother to me

USA divers David Boudia and Steele Johnson talk about their relationship and their preparation for their next events in Rio.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Vote for David Boudia to Carry U.S. Flag at Olympic Opening Ceremony

Let's help David Boudia honor America! Being selected to carry the flag of your country at the opening ceremonies for the Olympics is considered one of the greatest honors you can have as an athlete. With only six days to go before the opening ceremony in Rio the United States has not selected its flagbearer, but we can help. Purdue's own David Boudia is one of 17 athletes that...
Via Hammer and Rails
July 30, 2016

Family life gives diver Boudia new perspective on Olympics

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) David Boudia stood on the pool deck at the Indiana University Natatorium content with his performance at USA Diving's winter nationals. He didn't need three perfect 10s to prove he's still the best American in the sport or another national championship to illustrate he's on top of his game starting another crucial year. Instead, the 26-year-old defending Olympic...
Via Associated Press
February 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Johnson, Cook claim titles on final day of Winter Nationals

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Steele Johnson said he was far from comfortable heading into his final six dives Sunday at the USA Diving Winter National Championships. If that was the case, the NCAA diving champion from Purdue University didn't show it. Johnson ran away with the senior men's 10-meter platform title with a score of 1523.05 points, easily outdistancing second-place Rafael Quintero...
Via Associated Press
December 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Olympians thrive on 2nd day of US diving nationals

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Olympic champion David Boudia and new partner Steele Johnson won the men's synchronized 10-meter platform Wednesday night in the U.S. diving winter nationals. Boudia and Johnson, who both competed at Purdue University, ran away with a 12-dive total of 874.08. Jordan Windle and David Dinsmore were second at 771.69. In the other final, Olympic silver medalist...
Via Associated Press
December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Britain wins new team diving event at world championships

KAZAN, Russia (AP) Tom Daley and Rebecca Gallantree of Britain won the new team diving event at the world championships. The duo totaled 434.65 points in the three-round competition Wednesday night. Daley, the Olympic bronze medalist on 10-meter in London, earned 10s for his two dives off the tower, propelling Britain to victory. Ukraine's Oleksandr Gorshkovozov and Iuliia Prokopchuk...
Via Associated Press
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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